I don’t understand all the hullabaloo surrounding Target’s decision to allow transgendered people to use the restroom of the gender they identify with. Target is a private business. It’s their prerogative to create their own bathroom policy, whether I agree with it or not. And I don’t agree with it, but what they are doing doesn’t bother me in the least. I just won’t use the bathroom when I am in one of their stores. Others who disagree with their policy have the same option. But I think it’s silly to protest, picket, and boycott them for it. As a conservative, I’m not going to lower myself to using the tactics of whiny, snotty-nosed liberals. Private businesses should have a right to do what they want. Either you are in favor of private enterprise or you are not.
No law or government entity should attempt to force any private business to do what Target is doing – nor should they try to stop them from doing so. Even the North Carolina bathroom law that’s stirring up so much controversy would not affect Target. It only applies to public and governmental buildings, such as schools, libraries, and courthouses, which North Carolina, like any other state, has a constitutional right to regulate without any interference from the federal government. But I think it’s time for my fellow conservatives to chill out on the Target thing.