Celebs, advocates, organizations nationwide #StandWithTarget and LGBT acceptance

Across the country, people with diverse backgrounds, identities, and experiences are aiming to unite with their eye on a common target—LGBT acceptance—for today’s #StandWithTarget campaign from GLAAD, Freedom For All Americans, Family Equality Council, and GLSEN.

Recently, Target has come under fire by a small – but loud – group of people who oppose its policies that protect LGBT people. The company is sending a clear message that it stands for equality and acceptance alongside others like Starbucks and Barnes & Noble.

And supporters of one of the largest discount retailers in the U.S. and its transgender-inclusive and LGBT-affirming policies are showing their appreciation on social media and in stores. Everyone - from celebrities, on-the-ground Target shoppers, and leading national and regional advocacy organizations - is letting Target know they hit the bullseye by supporting its LGBT guests and team members.

Check out some of the folks who #StandWithTarget because Targets stands with LGBT equality:

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People standing with Target nationwide:

 

 

 

Thank you, Target, for standing up for what is right! We #StandWithTarget #TeamGabe

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You can read Target's statement supporting its LGBT customers here.

It's time to come together to tell Target – "Thank you for doing the right thing!"  You can join GLAAD, Family Equality Council, GLSEN, and Freedom for All Americans and take the pledge to #StandWithTarget today, Wednesday, June 1 as LGBT Pride Month begins. 

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE PLEDGE AND SHARE IT WITH OTHERS ON SOCIAL MEDIA.

Then, be sure to take a stand with us by:

  • Visiting a Target store and taking a selfie for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat with #StandWithTarget
  • Shop at Target in your community or online. We encourage you to buy supplies and donate them to your local LGBT organization
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