Since Target announced a change in corporate policy to make its restrooms and fitting rooms gender neutral, the backlash has been intense.
Yet, one of the chief arguments from naysayers about the policy isn’t focused on whether it’s discriminatory, it’s focused on worrying about the dangers it could pose to women and children.
And what just happened at a Target in Frisco, Texas is making those who oppose the policy say “I told you so.”
CBS DFW reported that:
Frisco police are looking for a man they say photographed a young girl in a Target changing room.
Benito Valdez with police says it happened at the Super Target on Preston Road. “The man was in a female dressing room at the Target and was seen by the victim, over the wall with his cell phone, taking photos of the victim.”
He says the girl ran and told Target staff who told police.
“The suspect was described as a skinny, white, man, approximately 5’11 in height, with dark hair. He was last seen wearing a dark color baseball style hat.”
Here is a picture of the suspect:
— Brandon Todd (@BrandonToddFOX4) May 4, 2016
Since Target shifted its policy, over 1.1 million people have signed a petition to boycott the retail giant.
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