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Companies and Transgenderism

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Kerby Andersonnever miss viewpoints

The consumer backlash to Bud Light is well known. But while Anheuser-Busch stock drops and Bud Light cans go unsold, other companies have decided to promote transgenderism. Suzanne Bowdey explains that there are four other companies that are willing to go “Full Bud Light” in their support of transgenderism.

The first is Target. A decade ago, the company was going woke before woke was even a word. A decade ago, they introduced their controversial line of “Love is Love” shirts. Six years ago, Target made news with their plans for mixed-gender bathrooms and fitting rooms. More recently they decided to fill its racks with resources aiding young people to reject their biological sex.

Second is Levi Strauss. We have learned more about the philosophy behind America’s oldest jeans company due to Jennifer Sey, who wrote Levi’s Unbuttoned: The Woke Mob Took my Job but Gave Me my Voice. She warns that radicalism runs deep at Levi’s.

Starbucks is a third company. The company has been financing transgender activism. There was their pronoun campaign in 2019 called #WhatsYourName. More recently, the company offered to ship employees’ children out of state if they wanted to “change” their sex.

A fourth company is Sports Illustrated. I wouldn’t recommend anyone pick up any of their swimsuit issues. But if you even glance at one image expecting to see an actual woman at the beach, you will be disappointed. Kim Petras underwent “gender-transition” surgery years ago and is the Sports Illustrated cover model.

This illustrates the mindset of so many in corporate America. They see a backlash to Bud Light, and the CEOs merely decide to double down. They are free to make those choices, but we are also free to decide what we will or will not buy.viewpoints new web version

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