People have taken to social media to express disgust and outrage over Target’s decision to allow transgender people to use any bathroom or fitting room.
I have no problem with transgender people, I just have a problem with perverts exploiting this #Target policy and I have young girls.
— Heidi Milliken (@minetteheidi) April 25, 2016
Is a boycott of Target more appropriately called transgender-cott? Regardless, I'm joining in.
— Heather Cirmo (@HCirmo) April 25, 2016
— Daniel McAdams (@Bird_Spy) April 25, 2016
Smh come on Target smh. This is absolutely wrong and not at all safe for our kids or our women! https://t.co/cBxHwgM2wO
— Étienne E. Lashley (@elashleymusic) April 25, 2016
@michelekirkBPR boycott Target for as long as it takes for them to change their ways. Men and women bathrooms only not transgender
— Nick Ingrassi (@nick_ingrassi) April 24, 2016
— Terry Kane (@TerranceKane) April 24, 2016
— LMR (@LilMissRightie) April 24, 2016
It's as if Target is insisting that women and girls be victims inside its stores. https://t.co/QaAhSDaA4f
— Kim Priestap (@kimpriestap) April 21, 2016
— JC (@jc1ndiana) April 21, 2016
So @Target has decided to allow men in dresses to go into the restrooms with our daughters, denies women guns for self defense.
— Bob Owens (@bob_owens) April 21, 2016
— David Wohl (@DavidWohl) April 21, 2016
It pains me to say this because my daughter loves the place.
Me and my family will no longer shop at @Target
That is all.
— Consmover (@consmover) April 21, 2016
“We welcome transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity,” the company said in a statement. “Everyone deserves to feel like they belong. And you’ll always be accepted, respected and welcomed at Target.”
What Target is saying: Your 7 yr old daughter can go to bathroom, a 257 lb guy who calls himself Sheila can follow & you have to deal w/it.
— Kimberly (@SouthernKeeks) April 21, 2016
The safety of my family outweighs any feel good about yourself policy. @Target
Continuing to Stand for Inclusivity https://t.co/ndDKP6xZZl
— Ryan B. Leslie (@RyanBLeslie) April 20, 2016
— David Wohl (@DavidWohl) April 20, 2016
Two daughters. Never going to Target again. https://t.co/je1uNYlwlR
— Alina (@SuperGirl_104) April 20, 2016
— shansmith (@shansmith) April 20, 2016
“Corporate America must stop bullying people who disagree with the radical left agenda to remake society into their progressive image,” stated AFA President Tim Wildmon.
— mark ingram (@predictor10) April 20, 2016
— Richard Jamesson (@soyouknowwme) April 20, 2016
— Tammy Belich (@137a882bae204ee) April 20, 2016
— ARCY (@_Arcy__) April 20, 2016
— Joseph Flynn (@RyseOfDamocles) April 21, 2016
Warner Todd Huston highlighted 25 stories that prove Target’s new policy is dangerous to women and children.
— RJ (@GuacUnit) April 21, 2016
— Fed Up American (@fremontdad) April 21, 2016
— May Thewords (@MayThewords) April 21, 2016
— Brad (@Brad_D80) April 21, 2016
— TrumpWall2016 (@Trumpwall2016) April 21, 2016
“I don’t care what they think,” explained Sandy Rios, AFA’s director of Government Affairs and host of Sandy Rios in the Morning on AFR Talk. She added:
Personally, this is common sense. And we have to do something. Let me also add, AFA’s position on this is that there are family restrooms. And if there aren’t, there should be one gender neutral bathroom. Nobody wants a transgendered man not to have a place to go to the bathroom. That’s not the point. … Our position is, let’s have a family bathroom, or something that’s neutral.