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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Target CEO Defends ‘Tuck-Friendly’ Trans Products in Stores

'I think those are just good business decisions...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Target’s CEO defended the recent transgender propaganda that is currently pushed by the company, even as a growing numbers of stores were forced to move the trans products away from the eyes of customers because of the backlash.

According to the Daily Mail, Target’s CEO, Brian Cornell, defended the company’s “tuck friendly” swimwear line that is specifically designed for “transgenders” and insisted that it will be a success.

The company received a backlash after it released its new line of clothing created to push sexual deviancy during the “pride” month of June. Among those products is a “tuck-friendly construction” and “extra crotch” coverage for some attire. In addition, there are products designed for babies and little children.

“When we think about purpose at Target, it’s really about helping all the families, and that ‘all’ word is really important,” he said. “Most of America shops at Target, so we want to do the right thing to support families across the country.”

Cornell doubled-down in his defense of the “trans” propaganda that the company is pushing.

“I think those are just good business decisions, and it’s the right thing for society, and it’s the great thing for our brand,” he said.

“The things we’ve done from a DE&I standpoint, it’s adding value. It’s helping us drive sales, it’s building greater engagement with both our teams and our guests, and those are just the right things for our business today.”

Even though Cornell thinks that pushing the narrative is an effective strategy, some of the southern Target stores already decided to move its LGBTQ propaganda away from customers’ eyes after said customers revolted against the brand.

It even got to the point when some conservatives started to say that Target “deserves the Bud Light treatment,” referring to the nationwide boycott of the company after it decided to partner with “trans” influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

Headline USA’s Mark Pellin contributed to this report

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