Walgreens succumbs to tranny restroom tyranny

The Walgreens drug-store chain is going the route of Target, allowing men into women’s restrooms, under the pretext of being “transgenders” — a psychological fantasy with no basis in biology. (See “American College of Pediatricians speaks truth on transgenderism”)

Target's new transgender bathroom

In an email, Tim Wildmon, President of American Family Association, alerts us to the change in Walgreens’ restroom policy:

In a shocking policy announcement, Walgreens has now directed its stores to allow men full and unrestricted access to women’s restrooms in all of its 8,100 stores.

On Nov. 17, 2017, Walgreens issued a memo stating, “All individuals have a right to use restroom facilities that correspond to the individual’s gender identity, regardless of the individual’s sex assigned at birth.”

The policy came as the result of being pressured by the ACLU of Southern California.

Since a similar public policy was announced by Target Stores, Inc. two years ago, dozens of women and children have been victimized by male predators inside Target stores.

Walgreens’ new policy could potentially result in female customers becoming victims of voyeurism, sexual assault and physical attack by unrestrained men.

1. Sign our petition urging Walgreens to immediately reverse its dangerous policy that allows men unrestricted access into women’s restrooms.

2. To make your voice heard even more, please call Walgreen’s corporate office at 1-800-925-4733 and share your concerns.

3. If you are a Walgreens’ customer, let your local store manager hear from you. You can find the local store number here.

The executive director of ACLU of Southern California is Hector Villagra, a lawyer with a J.D. from Columbia U. Before joining ACLU SoCal, Hector was the regional counsel and staff attorney for the Los Angeles Regional Office of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

Villagra’s page says his preferred pronouns are “he/him/his”. How “cisgender” of him.

Americans have woefully short memories and feeble willpower.

The graph below shows that less than two years after Target’s corporate headquarters on April 16, 2016, made the decision to allow transgenders men into women’s restrooms, the company’s stock performance has completely recuperated.

So much for the #BoycottTarget movement.

And that’s how and why Christians and conservatives lose the culture war.

H/t Big Lug

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~Eowyn

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37 responses to “Walgreens succumbs to tranny restroom tyranny

  1. Reblogged this on On the Patio and commented:

    Apparently tanking theitr stock is a calculated risk. Target was the model. I don’t use Walgreens and don’t plan on it any time soon. But I am sure they will be “enlightened” about this decision based on the LBGTEIEIO Nazis pressure on all of us.

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  2. First of all, I plan to avoid shopping at such establishments. But if/when I should decide to do, I will seek a manager to go with me to the bathroom to clear the trannies out because I’m “afraid” of them. And then stand outside to guard the door. If he/she refuses, I will announce loudly as I leave that X store is a bad place to shop. I’m almost 80, but I can manage a big voice and command attention if I want to. Especially with my cane. 😊 We’ve been too compliant too long.

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  3. Petition My Ass! Lawsuits aimed at these social engineers would do a lot more good. Sue their pants off for allowing a situation to exists that puts people in physical danger. I don’t do target. I don’t do walgreens. I don’t do JC Penny. I don’t do sonic. And I never will. All have a homosexual first agenda. A warning to all those that cave to this political correctness, I mean mental illness. They and anybody else that follows their lead will never get a cent from me.

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  4. Thoroughly DISGUSTING!!! I Never go to all day events or window shop any more due to this fact.

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  5. I don’t care if they set ”bi-sexual” bathrooms in the stores. A long time ago, when we were children my parents taught us that the only bathroom we could use was at home, we have kept their teachings to today. I do not ever step into a public restroom, no matter how much Lysol they use, why risk carrying diseases, bacterium and other ailments that are permanent residents -as you walk out of the restroom they are yours.

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    • Alma . . . . I would say you had very wise parents. Public bathrooms, especially the handle to doors are just filthy . . . there are far too many people who use the facilities, and then fail to wash their hands. When you touch these same door handles–you do indeed get to take a little bit of the previous restroom users with you!

      The few times I do use a public restroom, I am creeped out the entire time–just thinking about the bazillions of germs just waiting to be taken home with me! I’m not really a germaphobe at home, but I sure don’t like to bring unnecessary foreign germs home with me.

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  6. Lecter Viagra, oops Hector Villagra is soooo queer!

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  7. Don’t let your kids go in them w/out an armed guard, you.

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  8. TGT has not recovered. Relative to competitors and the S&P it is still a dog.

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    • According to my stock market app, TGT closed on Friday at 72.45. Their 52 week low is 48.56 and the close price is only about 6.00 away from their 52 week high. Doesn’t sound like they are doing too bad at all.

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      • True,but wait till the lawsuits start rolling over ’em. I’ll wager their stock won’t hold its value well once there are multiple lawsuits against ’em for intentionally endangering the safety of their customers.

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  9. So, basically, they’re saying that an imaginary “tranny’s” feelings trump their obligation to provide a safe space to shop? That sounds like a great lawsuit.

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  11. It truly comes as a quandary to all of us who wonder why in the world the goofy folks who work for the ACLU are willing to time and time again choose the side of arguments that pose the greatest threat to our society. They are willing to go to any ends to crush those who oppose the ideas and views that they feel are correct. I have come to the conclusion that this is because they have given themselves over to Satan, and they actively doing his biding.

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    • There can be no question that its deliberate. They WANT to destroy the society. That’s why they’re doing it. Besides, WHO are they asking before doing these things? They can’t be done out of thin air.

      With a business all we can do is refuse to use them. With government we supposedly have rights. These idiotic SJW’s don’t even know who they are serving.

      I signed a petition a while back against this sort of thing. While I was doing it these goofy creeps were coming up and screaming at us. They were literally telling us that we had no rights because we were on the “wrong side” of the issue.

      With the younger generation the Maoists have won. They don’t even understand the implications.

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  12. I’d guess the women forced to spend hours working in these inhuman businesses are the real victims. It’s not bad enough they stand on their feet hours on end for subsistence wages, but now they can’t use the toilet without fearing some pervert will walk in on them. Meanwhile at headquarters the spotless executive toilets are private.

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    • No kidding. Does anybody for an instant think that a pervert won’t take advantage of the “cultural enrichment” opportunity?

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    • One is not required to work at “inhuman businesses.” In my town, a full-time job at Walgreens with “subsistence wages” allows you to live in your own one-bedroom apartment. Go to a bigger metro city and it’s different, no doubt. But it’s still employment at will.

      The CEO of Walgreens is super wealthy businessman Stefano Pessina, a citizen of Monaco. He’s not a big fan of the left’s labour party. He sounds like a proggie who claims he’s not: he’s pro-big business (which makes him millions) who loves tax credits and has taken advantage of big tax credits.

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  13. But being progressive is profitable– the “Business thought leader” we hired said so!

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  14. It is policies like this that force me to shop at Wal-Mart or Amazon. In my small town we have limited choices: Target (NEVER), Beauty Brands (expensive yet worth it for some items), Walgreen’s (um, not inclined to after this story), Wal-Mart, Dollar General (cheap but not always good quality) and a local grocery store (twice the price of Wal-Mart). I hate shopping at Amazon yet some times do that because of lack of choice in this town.

    The local Walgreen’s has a bathroom that is only accessible via asking someone for a key. I never use it yet just because of their transgender policy I don’t think I’ll go there to buy any beauty products any more. I went to Dollar General tonight to buy nail polish remover, tissues and a couple other things.

    Ugh…

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  15. I don’t think we have to be paranoid. I noticed gender neutral washrooms in the Edmonton airport. There are also men and women’s washrooms. I like the idea of being able to use the men’s washroom in an emergency. The women’s had a long line up and my nose was bleeding profusely so I darted into the men’s. Also, I had a terrible diarrhea in a restaurant so I ran to the men’s because I was locked out of the women’s. Thank god I made it in time. And what about people who do not fit the look of definitely female or definitely male? What are they supposed to do/ Wear a beard? Adult diapers? Everyone deserves a chance to go to the washroom. We do not need to have ourselves examined privately in order to qualify to use the washroom. To the Gender Police: Lighten up and find another more important cause. Please! Japan has used gender neutral washrooms forever. Their civilization has not collapsed because of it….

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    • “Japan has used gender neutral washrooms forever. Their civilization has not collapsed because of it….”
      You believe that gender neutral washrooms have nothing to do with Japan’s society and are not a contribution to the cause of their societal collapse? Granted, the washrooms are not the sole cause. Yet you might want to take a look at several items, of which a “gender neutral” label might contribute to:
      1) Japan’s birth rate (and aging population)
      2) Japan’s gender bender culture
      3) Feminism; and
      4) Japanese men’s fascination with sex robots.
      Japan has many societal problems with all of the above. Specifically:
      1) Gender roles in society are defined by culture and physical differences between men and women. Child rearing roles are a product of culture. Yet Japan is seeing the most rapid decline in population of any country on earth. Why is that? The decline of marriage. Why is there a decline in marriage in Japan leading to a societal collapse? See item 2).
      2) The widening appeal of cross-dressing and prime-time transgender TV stars which encourages the Japanese youth to avoid conventional sexual identities. The media and culture is promoting “postgenderism.” Stores are filled with cosmetics and beauty products intended for both males and females. The media focus on the young men who wear makeup, color their hair and wear androgynous outfits. And that is the goal of the feminists (see next point).
      3) “The end goal of feminist revolution must be … not just the elimination of male privilege but of the sex distinction itself: genital differences between human beings would no longer matter culturally. The reproduction of the species by one sex for the benefit of the other would be replaced by artificial reproduction.”
      4) Which leads us to sex robots: A Japanese company has reached the next level in developing the most genuine looking sex doll which comes complete with realistic feeling skin and authentic looking eyes. They are so realistic that there is very little to distinguish them from a real girlfriend at first glance. A company spokesman said, ‘We feel we have finally got something that is arguably not distinguishable from the real thing.’
      So yeah, no problem there. As long as you like the idea of being able to use the men’s washroom in an emergency.

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      • Japan’s economic collapse of the 1990s did weird (and not healthy) things to its psychology and culture…

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        • Japan had a ban on missionaries for a very long time. They have no Christan foundation at all so they are vulnerable to strange ideas like the blurring of the divide between men and women. Bible believers and even former Christian nations are much more accepting of the principal that men and woman are different yet equally valued. The Japanese used to pride themselves on being an economic powerhouse and a warrior spirit. Sadly, they have built their house on sand. I have met so many wonderful Japanese people but there are serious problems in that society, although these days we all have very serious problems in our culture.

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    • I’m sure gender neutral washrooms have nothing to do with the prevalence of pedophilia in Japan. /sarc

      https://www.quora.com/Why-is-pedophilia-common-in-Japan

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  16. Obviously management hasn’t been paying attention to the losses many companies have had after their pandering to minorities. I stop supporting them Immediatley. Perhaps when his profits fall far enough he can no longer live in Monaco, he will rethink his new plans.

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  17. We need TV ads that will show what Target and Walgreens are doing,that will hold them accountable.
    There should be law suits filled every day on the grounds that people fear for their lives.
    Keep praying

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