If you're a corporate marketing officer concerned over what's happening with Target, let me make something abundantly clear: you will never appease anti-LGBTQ extremists.
Those calling for a boycott of brands supportive of the LGBTQ+ community have been accused of hypocrisy over the former president's rainbow MAGA merch.
Right-wing activists are boycotting a number of retail companies over their LGBTQ Pride range.
The pet store is the latest brand to face ire from social media users over its LGBTQ+ pride range.
Many stores will remain open during the annual holiday, taking place this year on May 29.
Kroger, Trader Joe's and more popular chain stores will be open on Memorial Day but some locations may have reduced hours.
Jimmy Levy, a rapper, alleged that Apple and Instagam were censoring a song supporting the boycott of Target over its LGBTQ+ merchandise.
In her Instagram video, Rachelle Lefevre said she wouldn't be able to take her non-binary child back to the store until the end of Pride month.
Greene claimed Target has been exposing children to "the radical side of pride," during a Twitter clash with Gavin Newsom.
A Fox News host suggested Chip and Joanna Gaines should feel "compelled to speak up."
"We believe there is a subset of American consumers who will not drink a Bud Light for the foreseeable future," JPMorgan analyst Jared Dinges wrote.
Justin Wolfers, a public policy professor, explained that "terrorism" stems from creating fear among workers and forcing companies to sell specific products.
"Our collection has been removed from Target stores due to threats from domestic terrorists," said product designers Ash + Chess.
In reaction to Target's new LGBTQ+ Pride Month range, Owens tweeted that the retailer is "worthy of being [boycotted] out of existence."
Target recently said it will remove pro-LGBTQ+ items from sale in response to "volatile circumstances" aimed at staff members.
Michael Seifert, founder and CEO of PublicSq., told Newsweek that the platform has seen 30 percent growth in recent weeks amid boycotts of Bud Light and Target.
More than 500 anti-trans bills have been introduced in 49 state legislatures since January 1.
Conservatives called for people to boycott the outdoor apparel brand after it unveiled its "Summer of Pride" ad featuring drag queen Pattie Gonia.
The commentator said the garments were something "no woman needs because we don't have penises."
A leading marketing expert believes Target hasn't deserted its values, but risks appearing that way—and losing more customers—if it doesn't stand up for them.
Apple is releasing a Pride-themed watch band to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, which it has championed for many years.
Walmart's Pride collection is now under fire from anti-trans activists.
After ringing up the book to buy for her children, the Texas mom was stunned when she was told she could not purchase it from Target.
Cornell said that embracing diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives fueled much of Target's growth in the last nine years.
The retailer announced on Tuesday that it will remove some of its LGBTQ+ apparel after some staff members "experienced threats."
Conservatives have voiced outrage over Target's LGBTQ+ pride collection.
Target has faced criticism and calls to boycott the store over items they sold for the 2023 Pride season.