The mega-retailer entered the gender identity debate with force and conviction, declaring its bathrooms were open to be used by individuals according to how they identify, not necessarily how they were put together at birth.
That sounds like a wonderful and enlightened way to go. Until the numbers come in and they are down for the first time in two years. Numbers don’t lie. Numbers aren’t politically correct. Numbers are how people really voice their opinion and the opinion is not one that Target wants to repeat.
So the free range bathroom may be a thing of the past for Target in hopes of salvaging the numbers. They are hoping that adding a private use bathroom to every store might do the trick. Time will tell.
From Wall Street Journal:
Target Corp. said it will spend $20 million to add a private bathroom to each of its…This post was originally published on this site