Come get your 'sex toy' aids at Target
Gee, I’m in that store all the time and I haven’t seen a sex toy yet. Is the American Family Association surfing the aisles looking for these sorts of things?
I’ve notice the normal stuff that you’d find in any pharmacy – lube, condoms, etc. The condoms I have seen in Target are kind of amusing because these Trojans have packaging and marketing that targets women directly:
I can’t believe that this is what the AFA is obsessing about. Target is apparently the hotbed of homo-sex and homosexual promotion. Oh, and the AmTaliban is still sore that Target is not allowing the Salvation Army to put their kettles out.
Target Corporation will continue to ban the Salvation Army from their 1,351 stores this Christmas season. The Army will not be allowed to place their red kettles in front of Target stores.
Despite increased need caused by the hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Target will continue their ban.
Many observers feel that the ban by Target is a result of pressure put on the company by homosexual groups. Homosexual activists have targeted the Salvation Army for years because of the Armyâ€™s refusal to recognize their lifestyle. Target is a supporter of various homosexual causes.
While Target contributes to homosexual groups, the company publicly states that they will not contribute to any religious groups. For Target, homosexual organizations are worthy of financial support, Christian and Jewish organizations are not.
Further showing their true colors, WTOP Radio Network in Washington, DC, reports that Target has begun stocking sex-toy-related products. “Formerly the domain of sex shops, such products have been brought out of the shadows by popular television shows like ‘Sex and the City,'” WTOP reported.
Elexa by Trojan spokeswoman Cassandra Johnson says the products will be “discreetly packaged and sold in the feminine care aisle.” Although not directly selling the “vibrator ring,” Target is selling creams, gels, and stimulants associated with it. Click Here to see the product list website.
And bonus points for the AFA this week – it is also promoting a petition against an organization called Girls Inc. for promoting abortion and encouraging lesbianism.
Possibly some of you have daughters who play with the American Girl dolls or read their books. You may even be thinking about buying a doll or books for Christmas. Well, it turns out American Girl (owned by Mattel) is partnering with a group called Girls Inc. to sell a bracelet, the “I Can” band, which financially supports Girls Inc. Seventy cents of every purchase goes to Girls Inc. The band is sold on the American Girl webpage with a large ad and a link to the Girls Inc. webpage.
I guess the Girl’s Inc. “I Can” band leads to dead fetuses and wanton dykery.
In addition, the webpage says American Girl is giving $50,000 to Girls, Inc.
The problem here is that Girls Inc. has on their webpage a statement saying they particularly support abortion and a girl’s right to abort an unwanted baby. They were quite clear about their support for Roe, so there is no mistake or room for confusion on that count. Additionally, Girls Inc. supports contraceptives for girls.
They also support and offer resources encouraging lesbian and bi-sexual lifestyles, actually offering resources for girls. One of their publications states, “The emergence of a lesbian identity is an ongoing process, rather than an event.”