Target is upset about a warning sign someone posted on the women's restroom door of a store location in a Salem, Oregon suburb.
The company caused an uproar last week when they publicly announced their "inclusivity" policy that allows customers and employees to use the restrooms and fitting rooms that match their "gender identity" rather than their biological sex. In fact, the outcry was so great that an American Family Association "Boycott Target Pledge" has already received 741,000 signatures as of noon Pacific.
Now someone in Oregon has responded by posting a sign in the store that reads:
A customer who discovered the sign and photographed it was not aware of Target's new policy. She said what the sign suggested shocked and upset her, and she is planning to boycott the store because of the sign and not because of its new policy. Target doesn't know if the sign was placed by a customer or employee, but it has launched an investigation.