Numerous Incidents Happening At Target's Transgender-Friendly Restrooms, Liberal Media Remains Quiet On Said Incidents

Patrick Frye

Target, the second-largest discount retailer in the United States, is well-known for taking a strong stance for transgender-friendly restrooms. Unfortunately, their resolve is resulting in numerous incidents in which their transgender-friendly restrooms are specifically targeted. Not only that, it seems as if the liberal media is remaining oblivious to said incidents too.

"These headlines about predators taking advantage of dangerous bathroom policies are to be expected when our society opens doors in order to satisfy a small subset of the population or liberal, activist agendas. Now, Americans concerned about the privacy and safety of our wives, mothers, daughters and sisters must fight harder than ever to protect them. Corporations must hear the loud and clear voices of those who will no longer remain silent when it comes to the protection of our loved ones."

AFA also shared a list of numerous articles of incidents pertaining to transgender-friendly restrooms that people would find debilitating. The New York Daily News reported of a Seattle man undressing in the women's locker room just to test out the new transgender restroom rule. Mercury News reported a sex offender wearing fake breasts and a wig was arrested for loitering in the women's restroom. Fox4News reports of a "peeping tom" recording underage girls changing at a Target in Frisco, Texas. Finally, Fox25Boston reports of police searching for a man caught peeping in a Target in Revere, Massachusetts.

As for Target themselves, it is unknown how long they will stay strong on enforcing their transgender-friendly restroom policy. Ever since it was incorporated, their stock has plummeted. With the growing concern over safety in restrooms considered transgender-friendly, Target will only suffer more. We will see just how much Target has suffered from their transgender-friendly restroom policy once their second quarter report, due in mid-August, comes out.

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