You Will Not Believe Why Target Is Removing Gender Labels From the Children’s Department

by Rachel Alexander | August 9, 2015 2:11 pm

gndrqur[1]This is starting to get really, really weird. It will make shopping much more difficult for parents. Your boy wants a cowboys and Indians bedspread? No more signs and labels directing you. Your daughter wants a makeup kit? You’re going to have to look all throughout the toys section to find it.[2]

ABC 13 reports,

Target stores will no longer have ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ sections in most of the children’s departments in their stores.

The chain is removing gender labels from toys and bedding sections after customers complained about gender stereotyping.

Signs designating some items for girls and others for boys will be taken down.

Gender labels will remain in the kids’ clothing section, because of sizing and fit differences.

I grew up a tomboy, and preferred to play with army men and video games as much as my brothers. But isn’t this going just a bit too far? Society has become too politically correct and focused on pretending gender differences do not exist. Target clearly caved to pressure from radical activists who want to treat everyone as genderfluid, genderqueer, etc. Why stop there? Bet clothing labels are next.

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