Petition to Boycott Target and Pass Legislation
to Protect Women and Girls

Campaign for USA is calling on Americans to boycott Target because it has caved in to the homosexual political movement by allowing men to use women’s and girls’ bathrooms and dressing rooms in their stores.

On its website, Target has announced, “We welcome transgender team members  and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity. Everyone deserves to feel like they belong.” This means that any man can say he feels like a woman and use the women’s bathroom or dressing room at Target. Just because a man feels like and thinks he is a women, does not make him a woman, any more than thinking he is a dog, would make him a dog. A person’s gender, his sex, is a biological fact, determined at conception, which is independent of feelings.

The whole concept of “transgender” of course is absurd and irrational. Those who practice this behavior or enable it have adopted perverted thinking. Men do not belong in women’s bathrooms or dressing rooms. This is a dangerous policy that attracts sexual predators, 96% of whom are males, and places girls and women in harm’s way.

This campaign to protect girls and women is being started in Houston because Houston is where the voters overwhelmingly defeated the LGBT homosexual political movement’s attempt to pass Proposition 1, The Bathroom Ordinance, on November 3, 2015. Houstonians defeated it 61% – 39%.

It is Time to Take Action

1. Sign the pledge below to boycott Target now! After you sign the pledge, contact Target and let them know you’ve signed the pledge. Call Target Guest Relations at 1-800- 440-0680. Share your concerns on their Facebook page at When sharing this on social media use #BoycottTarget.

2. Call your state and federal legislator and ask him to pass legislation which would prevent businesses and local and state governments from allowing men to use women’s bathrooms, showers, dressing rooms and locker rooms.

Boycott Target Petition

Target’s latest policy puts women and girls at risk by allowing men to use women’s bathrooms and changing rooms.
Because Target has failed to make the safety of women and girls a priority, I will shop elsewhere.
Furthermore, I call upon state and federal legislators to pass legislation that would protect women and girls from being forced to share restrooms, showers, dressing rooms and locker rooms with men.

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