After Target's shocking policy announcement last week, allowing customers to use the restrooms and fitting rooms of their "gender identity" rather than their biological sex, there's been outrage from many Americans worried that Target is putting women and young girls in danger.
Adam Park decided to put the new policy to the test by dressing as a male, using his deep male voice, and asking if he could use the women's restroom at a St. Petersburg., Florida Target store.
The customer service team member at the counter seemed humored and uncomfortable with answering the question, so he called his manager to help Park. What the manager told Park next is astounding.
"I just came by because I wanted to make sure I was allowed to use the women's room before I went in," Park asked.
The manager replied enthusiastically without a hint of reservation, "Yeah. Yep. Yes, that's correct. Yep."
"That's fine?" Park verified"
"OK. If any of the women have a problem, you will let them know?" Park wondered.
"Yeah, they can come and we'll speak to them," the manager replied.
"I appreciate that."
"Yep, no problem."
Does this manager give you any assurance that Target is protecting you, your wife, or your daughter?