Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Target now selling porn outfits for teen girls

I just saw the new advertisement on the front page of Target's website that they are now selling a "Sports Illustrated collection" of bathing suits for teen girls and women.

As you can see, I blacked out to pornographic portion of the screenshot
The Sports Illustrated "Swimsuit" edition is known for being pornographic in nature and violating the dignity of women. It isn't about advertising women's swimsuits; after all, it's not a catalog, and the majority of SI subscribers are men. It's about violating women and providing some soft-core porn to their male readers at the expense of women.

Because both Target and WalMart sell pornographic Maxim, Playboy and similar magazines, prescription and OTC contraceptives, and immodest clothing, it's hard to say to boycott one or the other. I, for one, have registered for our baby at Target.

But, it's time for us not to be shy in telling these companies how we feel. Yesterday, I sent letters to Food Lion, Bank of America and General Motors to express my dismay at their support of homosexuality. These stores are a little easier to put on the boycott list as there are replacements that do not support immoral habits. But, what can you replace Target with!?

When I went to their corporate website to get contact information, I see that they are also endorsed by the homosexual-advocacy group "Human Rights Campaign." Please mention that you are also dismayed at this unfortunate endorsement.



Here's how to contact Target's corporate office to express your concern:
Mr. Gregg Steinhafel, CEO
Target Headquarters
33 S 6th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402


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