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Quick Hits – Boycott Target, Perverts for Equality, the Millenial Divorce Paradox April 21, 2016

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Quick Hits – Boycott Target, Perverts for Equality, the Millenial Divorce Paradox

Cleaning out the inbox, a few quick hits for this Thursday arvonoon.  First up, Target has decided to let mentally unstable men into women’s rest rooms at all of their stores. Time for a boycott:

The American Family Association is calling for a boycott of Target after the retail giant said it would allow men to use the women’s restrooms and dressing rooms in their stores.

On its web site this week, Target announced, “[W]e 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 a man can simply say he “feels like a woman today” and enter the women’s restroom…even if young girls or women are already in there. [This has occurred far too many times already]

Target’s policy is exactly how sexual predators get access to their victims. And with Target publicly boasting that men can enter women’s bathrooms, where do you think predators are going to go?

Clearly, Target’s dangerous new policy poses a danger to wives and daughters. We think many customers will agree. And we think the average Target customer is willing to pledge to boycott Target stores until it makes protecting women and children a priority. Target should keep separate facilities for men and women, but for the trans community and for those who simply like using the bathroom alone, a single occupancy unisex bathroom option should be provided. [Why?  This is precisely the problem. The longer we continue to reinforce these people’s grave mental problems and call them not just acceptable, but perfectly normal, the longer they will remain mired in a misery that will claim 30-40% of their lives through suicide, STD, or drug overdose. This is not charity, it is the cowardice masquerading as thoughtful concern.]

Take Action

Sign the pledge to boycott Target now! Target should not allow men to enter the women’s restrooms and dressing rooms.

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.

Next up, it seems one of the major figures pushing for dramatically increasing the risk of rape of women and children through his opposition to North Carolina’s sensible public restroom policy is himself a convicted boy rapist:

In late 2015, the Washington State Human Rights Commission quietly put forward a new rule requiring all public establishments to grant locker room, shower, and bathroom access to any individual, at any time, regardless of that individual’s biological realities.

The rule, which also curbed concerned citizens’ legal ability to ask “unwelcome questions” of an individual if they felt uncomfortable, has since been attempted in various forms and fashions in cities and states across the country.

When the Charlotte, N.C. City Council passed their version of the open-facilities ordinance earlier this year, the Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce led the charge to make it happen.

And leading the Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce was convicted sex offender Chad Sevearance-Turner.

The Spartanburg Herald-Journal reported that Chad Sevearance-Turner had been a youth minister at a church in Gaffney, South Carolina.  Sevearance-Turner was charged and convicted for “committing or attempting a lewd act upon a child under 16,” after taking advantage of a teenage church member while the child slept. [That’s what we’ve devolved to in this country – a moral climate where the perverse and sick dictate to the rest what is acceptable, and who are given the power by government to punish those who resist.  Satan, and Vladimir Lenin, couldn’t be prouder.]

He recently resigned from the LGBT Chamber of Commerce after his record as a sex-offender surfaced.

Meanwhile, it seems millenials think divorce is bad,  even though they are marrying less than any generation in American history.  Pundits can comprehend the dichotomy, but it’s very clear to me:

Respondents were asked whether they agreed or disagreed with the statement that “Divorce is usually the best solution when a couple can’t seem to work out their marriage problems.” In 2002, about half of Americans disagreed. Within a decade, the share had risen to more than 60 percent. In the most recent data, younger Americans — a cohort with the lowest marriage rates on record, mind you — were especially likely to perceive divorce as an unacceptable response to marital strain.

Several hypotheses were floated to try to explain the seeming dichotomy between millenials “famous” liberalism, their low marriage rates, and their disdain for divorce.

It’s no mystery to me, and it has little to do with liberalism.  Millenials are children of rampant divorce.  That drives them to have a whole host of psychoses, ranging from fear of commitment (low marriage rates) to a tendency to low-rent promiscuity.  But it also probably makes them find divorce abhorrent, as they have suffered its effects.  That doesn’t mean they won’t divorce with abandon themselves, once they finally start getting married, if ever.  Children raised in broken homes are far more likely to have unstable marriages and later divorce, for a whole host of reasons.

But hypothetically speaking, they know the devastation divorce causes children (i.e., themselves), and  they have seen that many of the reasons adults offer to children to justify their divorce are hollow and self-serving.  They rightly feel that there is really no justification for divorce in most cases.  Too bad they are likely too emotionally scarred to have the wherewithal to put their generic belief into specific practice.

Comments

1. Tim - April 21, 2016

” But it also probably makes them find divorce abhorrent, as they have suffered its effects.”

BINGO! I’m no millenial, I was born in the 60’s and I understand COMPLETELY. My parents divorced when I was 6 years old. I lived through some crazy stuff in the 60’s and 70’s. And all these years later the effects are there, though time and grace has modified them. It did not, however, stop me from marrying. I’ll never forget the old Monsignor(80) who married us(1993) at his sermon pounding his fist on the podium YELLING “til death do us part, til death do us part, til death do us part!” He was of Pre-V2 formation.

Tantumblogo - April 21, 2016

I was thinking of my many friends who were from divorced parents. They all, every one, had a very hard time marrying. None have divorced that I know of, though. Some are going on 20 years. Good for them, God bless ’em.

So here’s a question. I only have had one friend divorce and that was due to serial infidelity. His wife was really a s l u t. He caught her with three different dudes (not at once). And she was addicted to the chase, IYKWIM. Couldn’t quit. So finally he bailed, after fighting through this for 2-3 years or so. They had two kids. I don’t think the kids had a clue what mom was doing, but they obviously knew their relationship with messed up.

My friend is now remarrying. His ex is still riding the carousel while her looks last. Of course, they are both complete pagans, not even protestant.

In the case of irremediable unchastity, what do you think of divorce then? I know as a husband that would be almost impossible to live with, but, still, who’s really victimized by the divorce? The kids. So I’m not real happy for either of them.

Tim - April 21, 2016

If the Church(not modern “pastoral” nonsense) considers two pagans as bound til death due us part, then no divorce can be justified. Obviously, if there was a REAL impediment present at the wedding then the Church would consider it annulable(in today’s circus of easy CATHOLIC annulments who could possibly sort it out?) Even in the case of serial infidelity, if there is a true marriage the aggrieved party must carry their cross(they do not necessarily have to live with the offender while that vile behavior is going on.) I may be biased, but I believe divorce is one of the great evils as not only is a vow to GOD broken but the children of said union are screwed up to varying degrees for life. When divorce occurs with children the parties are walking out on the primary focus of marriage…..the procreation and education of children…..that trumps all of the spouses potential sufferings.

So as the saying goes, “marriage should not be entered into lightly.”

2. Paul - April 21, 2016

I quit going to Target Years ago because of their support for the Gay Agenda.

Baseballmom - April 21, 2016

Ditto here Paul….

skeinster - April 21, 2016

Yes, they’re already on the list.
See also: Home Depot, Coca-Cola, Hallmark…

Judy - April 22, 2016

Frito-Lay, Campbell’s, Disney/ABC…

3. Daze Inde - April 21, 2016

Thank you for this great post. BOYCOTT TARGET. It’s the best. I’ve been posting and circulating requests to boycott and write PayPal re its CEO leading the charge against NC for HB2, designed to protect women and little girls; and to boycott/write Target for its anti-women policy. These Communist-style leftists INSIST the Government ORDER women to empty their bladders and bowels in the presence of men. Talk about government trying to impose its will on women and their bodies…or bodily functions!

Tantumblogo - April 21, 2016

Anyone know if Elon Musk still has any role at PayPal? I will be disappointed to learn if he does.

Thanks in advance.

4. Branch - April 22, 2016

Does anyone have a list of companies who have decided to do as Target is doing and/or who is boycotting North Carolina due to their law?

Branch - April 22, 2016
skeinster - April 22, 2016

Oh, noooesss! Not Bronner’s soap!
Adios, Barnes and Noble.

Must still use Uber, though- daughter depends on it for a measure of independence.

Thanks for the info, Branch.


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