Target's Pride Collection, which has its own dedicated page, features a line of "Kids' & Baby Clothing" that includes a "Pride Baby 'It Takes All Kinds' Bodysuit" and a variety of swimsuits, rompers, shirts, dresses, and more for adolescents and up.
Other items on sale include Pride socks for newborns and a baby bodysuit adorned with pride paraphernalia.
In May of last year, Target began selling items such as chest binders for girls and started advertising much of their Pride line. They also began selling "packing underwear," or undergarments used alongside phallic apparatus worn to give the impression of a human penis.
On Twitter, Charlie Kirk commented on Target's Pride Collection and noted how the merchandise geared for adults includes shirts with slogans like "Ask me about my pronouns" and "Cure transphobia, not trans people."
Kirk also noted how the retail giant offers several books for children that promote radical gender ideology.
Some of the books Target is selling for children include My Sister, Daisy, which is about how "An older brother reacts to his younger sibling's gender transformation with compassion."
Also being sold to children is I'm Not a Girl, which is "Based on a true transgender identity journey."
Target also offers to children The Hips on the Drag Queen Go Swish, Swish, Swish by Lil Miss Hot Mess, a founding member of Drag Queen Story Hour. The book "encourages readers to boldly be exactly who they are" and "offers a quirky twist on a classic nursery rhyme by illustrating all of the ways to 'work it.'"
Last year, Target also partnered with TomboyX, a company promoting chest binders and packers, and the GLSEN organization, a group Target noted "leads the movement in creating affirming, accessible and anti-racist spaces for LGBTQIA+ students. We are proud of 10+ years of collaboration with GLSEN and continue to support their mission."
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