Make no mistake about it, if Target refuses to back down from it's foolish new position that allows individuals to use whatever bathroom or dressing room they feel like, someone is going to get hurt. Unlike a slutty woman whose foolishness is likely only to invite harm upon herself, Target's actions will lead to others, perhaps even children, getting harmed.
I've posted the below video twice before, but over two decades in education have taught me that some people need to hear and see things many times over before they learn what needs to be learned. Again, educate yourself on what can result from allowing men access to women's facilities:
Once one of these perverts attacks some poor lady in a Target restroom, a message to these ignorant corporations needs to be sent. And sadly, just about the only message such organizations understand is a hit to their bottom line. Thus, the very first time someone is attacked in a Target store, the victim needs to file a massive lawsuit against Target. What's more, legal groups across the U.S. who are not allies of the perverse homosexual agenda need to line up and let Target know that they will be quick to sign on for the suit.
It's time to stand up to these corporate fools. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton provides some inspiration in this way. Paxton recently sent a letter to Target's CEO. As the chief lawyer and law enforcement officer for the State of Texas, he asked Target to disclose how the plan to protect women and children in their bathrooms and fitting rooms. Fox News reports that Paxton also reminded Target that "voters in Houston recently repealed by a wide margin an ordinance that advanced many of the same goals as Target's current policy."
Lovers of the truth must also continue to stand up to the government fools backing the perverse homosexual agenda. North Carolina's Speaker of the House provides the inspiration here. On Wednesday, the Obama Justice Department said that North Carolina's common-sense "bathroom bill" violates federal civil rights law and set a Monday deadline for the Tar Heel State to change the law. The Blaze reports that Republican State House Speaker Tim Moore "told reporters on Thursday that North Carolina would not be 'bullied' by the Justice Department into meeting a Monday deadline to change the new law."
As I've said before, this is a battle, and it is not for the weak. If you're looking for an opportunity to stand against wickedness, the battle raging within the sexual realm in our culture is an excellent place to get engaged.
Copyright 2016, Trevor Grant Thomas
At the Intersection of Politics, Science, Faith, and Reason.
Trevor and his wife Michelle are the authors of: Debt Free Living in a Debt Filled World