Hello Mr. Cornell,I would like to take a moment and express how much i – Brian C Cornell email address

Katie sent a message to Brian C. Cornell Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Target Corporation – email address that said:

Hello Mr. Cornell,

I would like to take a moment and express how much i love your store. I live in Papillion Nebraska. I usually am at and purchasing something from the two Target stores in my area at least twice week. I l love the selection of products that you have. From your book aisles to the amazing styles you have in clothing department. I was very excited when our smaller Target in Bellevue got a Starbucks and a supermarket. I also use the Pharmacy at this location. This store is where I do most of my needed shopping. The staff at this location is very nice and helpful. I am in there so much that I even am on a first name basis with a few of the staff.

So I wanted to thank you. Thank you for saving me money; because I have not shopped at any of your stores since your announcement about your new bathroom policy. I and the rest of my family will continue to shop for our necessities elsewhere. We all have or are in the process of moving our prescriptions to other pharmacies. We will buy our groceries at other supermarkets and buy our clothes at other realtors. And by not shopping at you store you are saving me money. So again thank you.

However, I will not thank you for what your policy has introduced to our country.

While I think it is wonderful to live in a society that allows and encourages free speech. That freedom also comes with a cost. This cost is that by being in the position that you are in you may alienate an entire group of people who have different beliefs than you.

By the act of this new company policy you have stated that less than 0.3% of the world’s population has more important rights than the rest. As well as started the new social justice movement that will change the very foundation of this country.
I will not sit here and say that added danger that you have created for women and children is not alarming, because it is. We don’t need to give easier access to these types of people.

No, my biggest concern is what will be demanded next; gym locker rooms, school bathrooms/locker rooms, public pool locker rooms.

What will that do to our child’s psyche? I am 24 years old and I just got comfortable enough to quickly change in my gym’s locker room, before someone walks in, instead of going to a stall, without the fear of my fellow women to seeing me; let alone those of the male gender who are confused. What about my 13 year old sister who is just finishing up her first year of junior high school? Are you telling me and the country that you believe that it is okay for a BOY/MAN, that thinks he is a GIRL/WOMAN, it is okay to change in front her?

I am not sorry to say that I don’t think this is okay. I do not think that it is okay to make the rest of the world uncomfortable for the less than 0.3% of the world’s population, nor do I think that our youth should have to either.

If you want to be accommodating to less than 0.3% of the world’s population than renovate all your stores to have family bathrooms. They were invented for such purposes.

So again, Mr. Cornell, thank you for sharing your liberal agenda with me and saving me the hassle of spending way to much at your stores. Thank you for helping me narrow down the places that I can shop and not support liberal ideologies. As you have your right to speak your opinion, I have the right to spend my heard in money elsewhere.

Thank you,

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