Target’s Trans Bathroom Policy Really Isn’t about Bathrooms

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Target has officially succumbed to the bathroom political pressure. I won’t lie; I was a fan of the products at Target stores and spent a decent amount of money there. The dollar bin placed ever-so-conveniently by the checkout line gets me every time. But what I’m not a fan of is that as of recent, Target is not only willing to lose loyal business, but also to risk the safety of their customers in the name of “political correctness.”

Bathroom privacy bills are not a form of bigotry; they are commonsense regulations that protect women and children. Making it unlawful for a person to enter the bathroom of the opposite gender of that which is on their birth certificate is not meant to discriminate against those who identify as transgender. Americans who are confused about their gender are fully loved by God and, just like me, need to find their identity in Christ instead of what the world is pushing on them.

Don’t be fooled; the issue isn’t really about bathrooms. If it were, LGBTQ activists would settle for transgender use of the already-in-effect “family” restrooms. This is about a small number of Americans who want to substitute an ideology for biological fact.

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