AFA Demands Target Stop ‘Insanity’ After Sexual Voyeur Records Screaming Woman in Dressing Room

STOYAN ZAIMOV, CHRISTIAN POST

The American Family Association has urged Target CEO Brian Cornell to “stop the insanity” following the latest incident of sexual voyeurism at a Target store, in which employees failed to stop a man from recording a woman in a dressing room stall.

“We have warned you over and over and over again that your bathroom and dressing room policy puts customers at risk for physical and emotional violence,” AFA President Tim Wildmon wrote in his letter on Monday, which he described as “very scathing and passionate.”

AFA has been calling for a boycott of Target for its policies allowing customers and employees to choose which bathroom or changing room they use regardless of gender.

“This past sexual incident in your The Woodlands, Texas, store is just one more example of how your company’s disregard for the safety and well-being of women and children has scarred another life,” Wildmon said.

He directly asked Cornell in the open letter “just how many more people have to suffer before you stop the insanity?”

“Sexual assault is REAL. In light of this latest case, how can you be so callous as to continue to allow men to enter women’s dressing room areas?” the AFA president continued.

As ABC 13 reported last week, surveillance cameras captured the screaming of the distressed woman, identified only by the name Leslie, when she realized she was being recorded by a man with a stroller and a child inside another stall.