Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – So now if you have an area of the store that’s painted blue intimating that there may be boy things there, we don’t want the guests to think that they can’t buy those things for little girls. Did you ever think that the errors of the sex revolution, which is what this is a part of, would ultimately windup erasing the definition or distinction of the sexes themselves? Check out today’s transcript for the rest….
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The company said Target uses signs and displays to make it easier for guests to navigate the store and shop more efficiently. However, gender-based signs in certain areas was no longer necessary.
“We never want guests or their families to feel frustrated or limited by the way things are presented,” the statement said.
Mike: So now if you have an area of the store that’s painted blue intimating that there may be boy things there, we don’t want the guests to think that they can’t buy those things for little girls. Did you ever think that the errors of the sex revolution, which is what this is a part of, would ultimately windup erasing the definition or distinction of the sexes themselves? For those that say, [mocking] “Well, we have to keep with the times. Moral theology needs to change because people change, and as people and times change, we must change the morality. Your silly, fuddy-duddy, rude, restrictive morality is no longer welcome here. We’re all free and independent and non-gendery and stuff now. We act non-gendery and stuff, too.”
The sexual revolution and those that celebrate it was supposed to do what? It was supposed to eliminate all these attachments that we had to moral theology, to moral conduct of affairs. It was supposed to lead to free and open love, right? You should be free now to love who you want, where you want, when you want, in whatever state of dress you want. But you were loving and you were having relations with people of other genders. But then that wasn’t good enough. That’s not free enough. Now let’s have relations of same genders, between same people, homosexuality. Let’s endorse that. Let’s make that cool and fun, even though it spreads disease, is unnatural, and certainly sinful, as is its heterosexual counterpart outside of marriage. We don’t talk about that anymore. When that becomes boring, we’ve already conquered all of those, we’ve already taken all of those. What are we going to do next? I’ve got it. Let’s do transgender. Okay, when that becomes boring, what do you do? Let’s do a non-gender sexual revolution. How do you do that? You just pretend like there is no gender. There’s no male and no female.
Why don’t we just eliminate the words? What I’m describing – here’s an example. When I’m calling up an electronic supplier and I’m describing a cable, a patch cord that I need, I won’t be able to say: I need a 20-foot-long XLR three-prong balance cable, male on one end and female on the other. Wait, what is this male and female? We got rid of genders. How do I know what’s what? One is an innie and one is an outie. Outies and innies are now offensive, too. You can see where this is going. I wonder what farce it is that we are to be saddled with next.
The move comes after Abi Bechtel, a mother from Ohio, tweeted a photo in June of gender-based signage at a Green, Ohio, Target that sparked a conversation on gender-based signs in the retail stores.
“It stood out to me as a good example of the way our culture tends to view boys and men as the default, normal option and girls and women as the specialized exception,” Bechtel told CNN in June.
Mike: Don’t you want your daughters to be the special exception?
Donald Trump is once again pushing the limit, bringing Megyn Kelly’s anatomy into a feud that had already opened him to charges of sexism . . .
Mike: What’s that? If you say sexism, that implies that there’s a difference between the genders. Not according to Target and the mothers that shop there. Seriously, folks, if you know women that are cheering this or are in favor of this, you need new friends. Those people need serious prayers.
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