Another Major Retailer Adopts Transgender Permissive Policy

What do Target, Ross and pretend transgenders have in common?  Incident reports that men are utilizing the transgender bathroom policy of Target to stalk and video women and children in bathrooms and dressing rooms.

Ross must want to watch its stock drop as Target has experienced because its staff is channeling the Target policy and applying it to their business.  A woman was changing in the Mesquite, Texas Ross dressing room and heard a man's voice.  She went to the store manager to warn them and complain.

“She went inside the dressing room, came right back out and called me to the side and told me… he was representing himself as a woman today,”

However, Sickles said the man “was in no way dressed as a woman.”

“He had on jeans, a t-shirt, 5 o’clock shadow, very deep voice. He was a man,” she recalled.

A Ross spokesperson reportedly said the company does not discriminate against transgender individuals, but refused to comment on this particular case.

Sickles said the incident left her feeling as if her feelings didn’t matter.

“What about me? Or my feelings?” she said.

Sickles claimed the manager told her if she “felt uncomfortable in the dressing room with him there,” she should “wait until he’s finished.”

So Ross, is your aim to lose customers and ultimately profitability like Target? The boycott is real and is working!  Truth and Action has followed the Target transgender story reporting:

That tough feedback includes a consumer boycott that now has 1.2 million supporters, much damage to the company’s brand, and a massive sell-off on Wall Street that has chopped the company’s share price from almost $84 on April 19 to $75.70 on May 11.

That’s a loss of $8.30 per share, or 10 percent, or almost $5 billion since April 19. Of course, some part of that loss is due to President Barack Obama’s weak economy — but no company is helped by many management decisions that anger so many customers.

TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Ross, and Target, “all reportedly allow customers to use restrooms and dressing rooms based on their gender identity.”

Good to know if you shop at any of these stores.

Source: The Blaze




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