You are not being open and non-discriminating.
You are inducing panic attacks, aniexty attacks, putting children at risk. Leaving the percentage of sexual abuse/assault victims in America vulnerable.
The LGBT community continues to harass the 96.6% of Americans, forcing their agenda on us.
Karma? Possibly. But sometimes the needs of the Many outweigh the needs of the Few.
And the Few are not worth accomodating when it puts the Many at risk.
To Whom It May Concern:
I am a woman. I am a frequent shopper in your stores. I am first and foremost a mother. Your recent change in policy of who you allow to use each restroom concerns me. You stated in your blog post, “We believe that everyone…deserves to be protected from discrimination and treated equally.” and “…you’ll always be accepted, respected, and welcomed at Target.” As a business owner, I do understand your right to make a stance as a company. As a parent, I will never understand why you would trade the safety of our women and children for the sake of not hurting feelings.
I realize that everyone needs to feel accepted, loved, and wanted. I know the struggles of a person struggling to find their identity. I also know that as of September 2012, a Gallup poll showed that approximately 3.4% of Americans identify as
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