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GLSEN's Dirty Little Fingers in Everybody's Pie-Including Target's

Updated: Jun 14, 2023

As it turns out, Target has its very own version of Bud Light’s Alissa Heinerscheid, the uber-woke marketing executive who believed she “had this super clear mandate” to “evolve and elevate” Bud Light which necessitated cultivating “inclusivity … shifting the tone” and having a “lighter and brighter and different” campaign. And evolution, elevation, lightness, and brightness could mean only one thing: cross-dressing men. So, she and her collaborators hired the most obnoxious cross-dressing man: Dylan Mulvaney, who pretends to be a young woman—sometimes even a young girl. He now pretends he can get pregnant. Sure, he knows he can’t because he knows he’s not a woman. But deceivers deceive, especially for money and clicks.

Target’s version of Alissa Heinerscheid is Carlos Saavedra, Vice President of Brand Marketing for Target. He, like Heinerscheid, received a degree from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

An equally noteworthy aspect of this story pertains to Saavedra’s controversial philanthropic work. Saavedra serves as treasurer on the board of directors at the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN), whose pernicious raison d’ être is to use taxpayer-funded schools to indoctrinate children with leftists view on homosexuality and cross-sex impersonation.

To gain a better grasp of the insidious nature of GLSEN’s work, let’s take a quick look at some of the other members of its board of directors:

  • Chair of GLSEN’s Board of Directors is Rocío Inclán. She’s a lesbian who also serves in a top leadership position in the wildly leftwing National Education Association (NEA). She is the senior director of the NEA’s Center for Social Justice.

  • Vice president is Chely Wright, a country music singer and former Christian. She is also the Global Head of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at Unispace, where she seeks to “evangelise internally and make a case for DE&I.”

  • GLSEN Board Member Linda A. Bagley is Deputy General Counsel at The Walt Disney Company. Bagley is a lesbian and Executive Sponsor of Disney Lawyers of Color and Disney Pride.

  • Board member Kudzi Chikumbu is TikTok’s Global Head of Creator Marketing, and a homosexual man.

  • Board member Matthew Schaab is a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Schaab is homosexual and is a “member of the firm's Pride network and the LGBT+ Executive Forum, partnering with stakeholders across the firm to promote intersectionality and leverage the firm's combined resources to deliver equity and inclusion for LGBT+ employees, clients, partners and communities, worldwide.”

  • Board member Rob Saltzman is homosexual activist, attorney, and professor emeritus at the University of Southern California law school about whom GLSEN writes,

"One of Rob’s signature accomplishments was the LAPD’s termination of its relationship with the Boy Scouts of America. … With Rob’s strong support, the LAPD then created its own LAPD Cadet Program open to all youths without regard to sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.” The reason Saltzman urged the LAPD to terminate its relationship with the Boy Scouts was that the organization rightly excluded openly homosexual leaders and members."
  • Board member David Clancy is the black, homosexual “Regional Lead-Human Resources for Creative Artists Agency (CAA).” CAA is a big deal, representing scores of celebrities, including Bill Maher, Chris Rock, Jay Leno, James Corden, Jimmy Fallon, John Cleese, Alison Krauss, Amy Grant, Ariana Grande, Beyonce, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Faith Hill, Foo Fighters, John Mayer, Keith Urban, Lenny Kravitz, Santana, and Sting.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of the propaganda events GLSEN planned for the 2022-2023 school year:

  • Aug.: Marsha P. Johnson Day celebrates the debased life of Johnson—born Malcom Michaels Jr. He was a homosexual activist and drag queen.

  • Sept.: Bisexual Awareness Week, Celebrate Bisexuality Day

  • Oct.: LGBTQ History Month, International Pronouns Day, Asexual Awareness Week

  • Nov.: Trans Awareness Month, Trans Parent Day, Transgender Awareness Week, Transgender Day of Remembrance

  • Dec.: Pansexual and Panromantic Pride Day

  • Jan.: Freedom Week (formerly No Name Calling Week), which is intended to deepen “analysis of resistance … of … LGBTQ+ people [and] generate inclusive curriculum for the classroom that uplift … LGBTQ+ history and initiate activism and advocacy in young people.”

  • Feb.: A-romantic Awareness Week

  • Mar.: National LGBT Health Awareness Week, International Transgender Day of Visibility

  • Apr.: Day of Silence, Lesbian Visibility Day

  • May: International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia, Agender Pride Day, Pansexual and Panromantic Awareness Day

  • June: Pulse Night of Remembrance (even though the Pulse night club shooting was not an anti-gay hate crime), Obergefell v. Hodges Anniversary, Stonewall Riots Anniversary

  • July: Non-Binary People’s Day, International Drag Day

GLSEN and its collaborators, including the NEA, are pushing hard for the sexual integration of sports in “K-12 and college intramural and club sports contexts.” GLSEN opposes references to "injury prevention" and "fairness in competition" in polices on sports participation. GLSEN doesn’t care if female athletes are disadvantaged or injured by male athletes posing as women.

Remember the good old days when homosexuals lied through their teeth, assuring gullible Americans that all they wanted was to be left alone to do what they wanted in the privacy of their bedrooms? Well, those days are long gone, and the ugly truth is out. They want to acquire and exploit cultural power for their social and political ends.

Homosexuals and organizations like GLSEN have their dirty little fingers in government schools, academia, social media, the arts, law, law enforcement, and corporate America. They’re engaged in a comprehensive assault on conservative beliefs and institutions, stigmatizing and marginalizing conservatives, and propagandizing their kids.

They sashayed out of closets and bedrooms, and ensconced themselves on school boards, in board rooms, and in court rooms. They have destroyed marriage, normalized the acquisition of children to be raised without fathers or mothers, and made toy-shopping unfit for families. You can fight back to protect children and make shopping safe again—or at least hurt Target trying. Boycott Target.

And while you’re at it, pull your kids out of public schools. GLSEN is using public money and public schools to create leftwing activists. Don’t let them capture the hearts and minds of your children.


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