I know many wonder about the effectiveness of boycotts that will promote change in a business' policies. Years ago KMart was boycotted for owning a store that marketed porn. Locally the boycott was hugely successful. This store never did regain the business it had before the boycott was announced. It used to have a LOT of business - an excellent competitor to Wal-Mart. Here in MS we can get along well with out Wally World - we have a lot of Dollar General stores and they sell for less then Wal-Mart.And...if you really want to save money, learn to make things yourself - shopping online for ingredients that cannot be found locally.Anyhow...I suspect affluence has has done more to make us slaves then it has liberated us.Sandra
Sandra, I haven't personally seen this question brought up anywhere, if something was to happen, that a woman or child was attacked in a restroom or changing room by some predator, I wonder if Target could be sued?
"...that a woman or child was attacked in a restroom or changing room by some predator, I wonder if Target could be sued?"It is guaranteed to happen. If a man is allowed into a womens restroom by Target and something bad happens, it is 100% on Target. It's no different from the negligence lawsuits that are filed over slippery floors. The board of Target are clearly the dumbest collection of corporate numbskulls on the planet and deserve every bit pain coming their way.