Target is facing a widespread boycott from Americans who are sick of corporations forcing ‘woke’ ideology on children after the store stocked LGBTQ “pride” products featuring occult imagery designed by a Satanist.
Wisconsin activist Scarlett Johnson found Target was stocking LGBTQ pride products from a designer going by the name of Abprallen, a known satanist.
The items aimed at children included a “We Belong Everywhere” mini messenger bag, a “Too Queer for Here” tote bag, and a “Cure Transphobia, Not Trans People” sweatshirt listed as “Pride Adult Clothing.”
However, the “Satan respects pronouns” shirt attracted the most attention.
The shirt had a description about LGBTQ+ people being “so often referred to as being a product of Satan or going against God’s will” but with being more accepted by the Church of Satan and The Satanic Temple than society at large.
“Satanists don’t actually believe in Satan; he is merely used as a symbol of passion, pride, and liberty. He means to you what you need him to mean. So for me, Satan is hope, compassion, equality, and love,” the description claims.
“So, naturally, Satan respects pronouns. He loves all LGBT+ people,” the description adds.
Other products featured skeletons covered in pride and transgender colors, “gay cult” stuff, and buttons with “trans witches for abortion” emblazoned on them:
There are also anti-heterosexual and ‘demon’ pins:
Target is also selling an entirely different line of ‘tuck-friendly’ swimwear for children, a massive range of trans and LGBTQ kids clothing.
As The Mail noted: In 2014, the retailer publicly endorsed marriage equality, and the following year announced they were ending their policy of dividing certain products, like toys, by gender. They also introduced a gender neutral line for children, and in April 2016 – amid a nationwide discussion about bathroom access – announced that transgender people were free to use whichever bathroom they chose.
A backlash ensued, and Target in August 2016 said $20 million to add a private bathroom to each of its stores.