Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Scrabble changes its rules and becomes more inclusive for everyone

just a few weeks Target Launching its Pride Collection 2023, the company has decided to withdraw some products after receiving criticism from some customers (yes, most likely “conservatives”).

According to the company’s managers, the rationale behind this decision is to protect its employees.

The Pride Collection includes over 2,000 products including apparel. Books, music and household items. Items range from mugs with slogans like “Gender Fluid” to candles, calendars, and children’s books like “Goodbye, Binary,” “Pride 1,2,3,” and “I’m Not a Girl.” Not a girl”)”.

Scrabble Changes Its Rules And Becomes More Inclusive For Everyone

According to a statement released by Target, since the start of the collection this year, they have experienced disturbances that put the safety and well-being of employees at risk.

From customers throwing products on the ground, damaging shelves, to confrontations inside the store. But that didn’t stop the store from receiving heavy criticism for “caving in” to conservative threats and pulling items from its 2023 collection.

“Given these volatile conditions, we are making adjustments to our plans, including the removal of items that have been the subject of more significant confrontational behavior,” the statement argued.

One of the products that Target is withdrawing from all of its physical stores and online store is that of LGBTQ brand Aprlen by British artist Eric Carnell, who has come out to say that at no time has he communicated with Target. So that they can know what happened.

Scrabble Changes Its Rules And Becomes More Inclusive For Everyone

“I think with the current political climate in America, big companies like Target need to take a very clear stand on how they feel about LGBTQ+ people. Walmart also has a Pride collection, but it’s not a Didn’t get negative coverage.” Eric was fully supportive of pro-LGBTQ+ activists, saying a different approach could have been taken before bowing to the pressure, and invited those critical of the target to help by supporting LGBTQ+ operated businesses.

Unfortunately, it’s not only Cornell’s products that have been pulled from shelves as some swimsuits are also reportedly being “reviewed” because their fit is described on the label as “tucking friendly.” ,

And while the story is still unfolding, it looks like for now Target has decided to move all of its Pride Collection product displays from the front of its stores to a random location in the back.

As expected, criticism on social networks is divided, on the one hand we have conservatives who claim that Target is trying to indoctrinate children with misogynistic ideologies through its products and on the other we have LGBTQ + are workers that pass tasks to the target. are taken, and immediate measures are implemented to prevent situations like this, in which they try to silence queer voices, do not continue to happen.

Another example of the current situation occurred a few weeks ago, when the Bud Light company was criticized on social networks for including transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney in one of its latest campaigns. A battle that unfortunately seems to have been won again by conservatives as the company temporarily repainted some of its cans with a “camouflage” print (the official color of white conservatives with delicate masculinity) in an effort to win back its customers. decided to design.

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