Everybody has been weighing in on the controversy surrounding North Carolina's anti-trans bathroom bill, which requires people to use the same bathroom that corresponds to the gender on their birth certificate. Bruce Springsteen, the Obama Administration, and even the retail giant Target have come out against the bill, with Target making it known that customers can use any bathroom they like in Target stores nationwide.
Target's announcement didn't go over so well with one bathroom bill advocate, though—and she decided share her stance on the issue with a store full of unassuming Target shoppers. In a video posted on YouTube last weekend, the enraged woman leads a march around a Target store, bible raised in one hand and a crew of possible family members at her side.
In it, she says that, as a mother of 12, she's disgusted by Target's "wicked practice" of allowing customers and employees to use the bathroom that aligns with his or her gender identity.
"What Target has done is very hateful," she shouts. "Are you going to let the devil rape your children, America? It's time to stand up and have a voice instead of bowing down to the perverted homosexual agenda that's taking over this nation!"
According the Washington Post, Target is sticking by its bathroom policy—which it says is in place to protect people from feeling discriminated against, no matter how many petitions are signed or how many ladies scream and wave bibles in their aisles. In an interview on CNBC, Target CEO Brian Cornell said that many locations already have family bathrooms and that the company plans to expand that option to all of its locations.