Gender dysphoria is a mental illness that compels a majority of those who suffer from it to want to kill themselves. Target is making that illness normal for young teens by selling them “trans” underwear. What could go wrong?
Target is peddling “binders” and “packers” for teen girls who believe they are boys. Binders are tops that conceal breasts. Packers are undershorts that do what you think; they make it look like a person is “packing” a penis.
PACK-O-RAMA! There are plenty of websites dedicated to “packing.” Not all of them are meant for women who want to be men.
Target has joined forces with a clothing brand called “TomboyX.” You can see the packers and binders here.
Some wokesters are happy to see Target sell underwear for gender-confused teens or perhaps teens who aren’t trans but are simply starved for attention, but not everyone on the left is happy with Target.
We are for the freedom of women to be themselves as they are, and to be proud of their bodies. We are against harm to women and girls. Shame on you @target and @tomboyx for encouraging harm to women and girls. This is NOT pride. https://t.co/7otq9Z9P4t
— LGB Alliance USA (@LGBAlliance_USA) May 7, 2022
Targeting teens isn’t enough for the outlet. The retail giant also sells onesies for babies that read “My First Pride” and “Trans Rights Are Human Rights.” You can also buy dresses and rompers for boys and girls.
Why would Target target kids so young? History knows why.
Target is now selling chest binders and packed underwear for children. This is on an entire different level of wokeness and grooming.
They. Are. Coming. For. The. Children.
The TomboyX collab features undergarments like compression tops pic.twitter.com/NXtJKonYK8
— @PalasAtenea(2)🍊 (@AthenaMia2nd) May 10, 2022
Pretending to be someone you are not isn’t cheap. A single pair of “packing” underwear (complete with fake wiener lump) will cost your confused teen $15. A five-pack of Hanes boxer briefs (for men with their own package) is only $18.29.
Target’s 2022 Pride collection features binders and packing underwear pic.twitter.com/Z6egBBGkC7
— Gillian Branstetter (@GBBranstetter) May 2, 2022
What about people like
Chuck Schumer trans girls who want to sport a package they don’t have but don’t want to spend mad stacks on pricey, bulgy underwear? Lybate.com has the answers!
Stuffing your undies has never been easier! As per Lybate.com, those jonesing for a johnson can always substitute a sock, cotton balls, or even a sanitary napkin to trick people into thinking you’re a man.