Consumers creeped out by Target's 'tuck-friendly' women's swimwear: 'Shopping elsewhere'

Posted 17 days ago


Some consumers are condemning Target for selling women’s style swimsuits that advertise "tuck-friendly construction" to hide male genitalia.

While Bud Light made headlines recently for a marketing gimmick with a transgender activist, Target has a history of being at the forefront of woke identity politics. The retailer sparked a boycott in 2016 after it posted a public statement declaring that "transgender team members and guests" are permitted "to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity."

Target has had June Pride Month displays with rainbow and LGBTQ+ messaging for years, but the addition of female-style swimsuits that can be used to "tuck" male genitalia has outraged many online. The products, which can be found in a special pride section in stores, are also labeled as "Thoughtfully fit on multiple body types and gender expressions."

Comedian Chrissie Mayr tweeted two photos of a one-piece swimsuit in the store, showing a tag indicating its "tuck-friendly construction" and "extra crotch coverage."

"Thanks to @Target I found the perfect swimsuit for creeping out all the women and children at the pool this summer," she joked. "Can’t wait to tuck my c--- into this little number while sipping a Bud Light!"

"No real woman would be caught dead in that swimsuit, it’s hideous. It’s exactly what a dude pretending to be a woman would wear," Mayr told Fox News Digital. "The only thing I’ll be tucking is my money back into my wallet and shopping elsewhere. What an obnoxious virtue signal from Target. And it’s not even June yet."

Author of "Gender Madness" Oli London slammed the swimsuit as well.... (Read more)