Shameless! How Target is ‘TARGETING’ Your Kids

Shameless! How Target is 'TARGETING' Your Kids

( – Although most Americans do not identify as LGBT, Target has published its most recent “pride” collection ahead of what society has designated as “pride” month in June.

Made-up events like “Pride Month” is just another way in which the extreme left aggressively imposes their radical gender ideology upon both adults and children.

This year’s pride collection includes a wide range of things targeted not only toward adults but also toward toddlers and newborns. It is typically prominently displayed toward the front of establishments.

Men wearing rompers, beach shorts, and pajamas with rainbow patterns can be seen when browsing the adult clothing section of the internet. At least two shirts honor drag with pictures of well-known drag performers Katya and Trixie Mattel.

Additionally, Target sells hoodies with the slogan “Not a Phase.” Their website includes a picture of what looks to be a biological woman wearing the shirt “Busy Thinking About Girls.”

Another garment on display has the words “Queer Queer Queer Queer,” and a third long-sleeved top has an abstract rainbow design with the words “Super Queer.”

The department store also sells transsexual butterfly socks, another shirt with the slogan “Live, Laugh, Lesbian,” and other items with pride-related slogans.

Additionally, there is a sizable pride collection for kids and infants. Onesies and clothing with the slogan “Bien Proud!” in the colors of the “Progress Pride” flag, which includes colors for minorities and transgender people, are being sold at the department store.

One baby bib reads, “I Am Proud of You Always,” and the shop provides a variety of other things for kids and babies with pride-themed designs, including outfits, shoes, and socks.

Additionally, Target has a “family” department with complementary items for family members. In one picture, two adults are wearing blue pride shirts next to two boys wearing pink pride shirts.

In addition to promoting pride tank shirts for cats and dogs, bandanas, toys, and rainbow-colored Milk-Bone snacks, the store’s pride collection is also bringing pets into the mix.

Bye Bye, Binary by Eric Geron, marketed to children between the ages of 4 and 8, and The Pronoun Book by Chris Ayala-Kronos, recommended for young children between the ages of 0 and 3, may both be found in the website’s “LGBTQIA+” book area.

Additionally, it doesn’t stop there. Target is also promoting standard home decors products like mugs, one of which is marked “gender fluid,” as well as rainbow doormats, spatulas, and lawn chairs.

It seems part of the far-left’s ongoing campaign to replace the biologically true, God-given reality of two equal and complementary sexes with an interchangeable ideology based only on feelings and culture, as Breitbart News has extensively documented.

Target has a long history of participating in the pride movement. The business has long been a trailblazer; in 2015, it eliminated gender-specific labeling in the toy section.

“Our staff are currently looking for places in the store where we may gradually remove gender-based signage to achieve a better balance. For instance, signs in the children’s bedding section won’t again list recommendations for boys or girls, only for children,” the firm said in a statement at the time.

“We’ll also eliminate references to gender in the toy aisles, including using pink, blue, yellow, or green paper on the shelf backs. Responding to individuals who were “frustrated or constrained by how things are presented,” it promised that “you’ll start to see these changes happen over the next few months.”

The following year, Target caused a stir when it permitted men to use women’s restrooms and changed spaces by caving into radical transgender ideology.

Target decided to work with “queer-owned” brands last year, and by offering things like chest binders to flatten women’s breasts, they helped to normalize gender uncertainty.

Only 7.2% of Americans, according to a Gallup survey from 2022, identify as LGBT. Cultural influences must also be considered because that percentage has risen since 2012 when just 3.5 percent said they did.

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