The popular clothing retailer J.Crew is the latest company to jump on the bandwagon for “LGBT Pride Month,” and it’s using children to do it.
J.Crew has launched a “Love First” collection of rainbow-themed T-shirts, socks, and tote bags celebrating homosexuality. Worse, it’s donating half of each sale to the so-called Human Rights Campaign, a radical lobbying group known for terrorizing any state or community that refuses to sacrifice religious liberty to the LGBT agenda.
But worst of all, it’s marketing these shirts to children, with promotional images featuring kids in rainbow “Love First” shirts and sizes available to fit toddlers as young as two years old.
In addition, J.Crew has set aside Saturday, June 9 as a special “pride” day in their stores, where customers can “[g]et ready for a parade or just come in and share the love with free flags, temporary tattoos and so much more!”
This is just the latest in a long line of pro-homosexual moves by the retailer, which has featured same-sex couples in its catalogs for years and featured same-sex “wedding” editorials on its website. Its former president and creative director Jenna Lyons dated Courtney Crangi from 2011 to 2017.
The pro-LGBT shirts come shortly after J.Crew came under fire for attempting to recruit kids into yet another radical cause: partnering with “progressive” online shirt retailer Prinkstop to offer “I am a feminist too” T-shirts, intended specifically for boys and also for children as young as two.
It is appalling that any company, let alone one millions of families have richly rewarded for so long, is taking any part of exposing innocent children to such confusing and inherently sexual subject matter, and attempting to recruit such impressionable young minds into such a grave, adult debate.
It’s time for anyone who values children’s right to be children and parents’ right to teach their values to unite and tell J.Crew not to market homosexual activism to children. Sign the petition.