Target is continuing its left-wing agenda by launching a line of clothes for transgender kids, including chest binders for girls so they can pretend to be boys, and underwear that binds little boys’ genitals so they can pretend to be girls.
Target is now working with the LGBTQ company TomboyX, which identifies itself as being “passionate about fostering acceptance and equality.”
“We are a queer-founded brand dedicated to empowering our LGBTQ+ community year-round, and advocating for equal representation and celebration of all people,” TomboyX claims. They also claim to serve “all bodies and needs, of all sizes and across the gender spectrum.” “Gender Euphoria” products include “tucking” bikini bottoms as well as “compression” tops, or chest binders.
In other words, TomboyX sells clothes to help little children pretend to be the opposite gender.
The gay website Bustle.com celebrated Target’s new collaboration with TomboyX:
The TomboyX collab features undergarments like compression tops — a comfortable alternative to chest binders — as well as packing underwear, bras, and boyshorts in size S-4X. Humankind’s line, on the other hand, includes various swimsuit styles such as swim trunks, tops, and unisuits. As binders and gender-affirming swimsuits are notoriously difficult to find (particularly in extended sizes), this accessible drop will make shopping for everyday garments much easier.
Breitbart News adds that Target is also selling a line of wares from another LGBTQ company:
Target is also collaborating with Humankind, another “queer-owned” brand focusing on gender-inclusive swimwear. Some of the pieces offered at Target as part of the collaboration include several LGBT “pride” pieces, including swim trunks that read, “cheers queers.”
Target, of course, has been pushing extremist leftism for years and was a leading proponent of allowing supposed transgender”women” to use the women’s rest rooms and changing rooms.
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