Another day brings another incident at Target thanks to their courteous adjustments to the restroom policy which allow’s people to use whichever restroom they feel corresponds to their gender identities. While boycotts over the policy continue on, and Target’s stock has even taken a big hit over it, they refuse to change the policy. But this time, a man was caught video-recording while women undressed in the dressing rooms, and even the Attorney General of Texas has gotten involved.Texas’ Attorney General, Ken Paxton, recently stepped in with a statement saying, “After this latest incident, I hope Target finally recognizes the importance of protecting its customers, especially in environments where they can be at their most vulnerable. I am offering them the resources of my office to help assist them in improving their safety procedures,” Paxton said in a message to Target last Friday.
The incident Paxton was referencing, was a man who took cellphone video in the women’s dressing room at a Target store on Northwest Highway at Abrams. It is the second reported incident since the policy change took place.Meanwhile, the conservative group American Family Association who spearheaded the successful boycott of the company praised Paxton’s remarks on Tuesday, calling it a “courageous stand against Target’s unsafe and dangerous policy.” They continued saying, “he’s not afraid to step on some corporate toes to make sure companies don’t put women and children at risk from sexual predators.”