Target Corp. announced last week that it will close a dozen stores in 2018, and the company’s stock remains at just over 60. The 12 stores, CNBC reported, are spread across Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota and Texas, and will close February 3. For the past year and a half, the American Family Association (AFA, afa.net) has been spreading the word about its highly successful and 1.5 million-signature strong #BoycottTarget initiative, which was a robust

response to Target’s dangerous and misguided policy that allows men in women’s fitting rooms and restrooms and puts families at risk. “Target is making many attempts to entice shoppers, but one move could welcome 1.5 million customers and their families back to stores—reversing the dangerous policy that puts women and girls in danger,” said AFA President Tim Wildmon. “Voyeurs and predators know that they can gain easy access to their next victims at Target, and that has been proven time and again. MORE