MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, July 18, 2012 ( – Target is now selling greeting cards for gay ‘marriages,’ as of the middle of June, adding to their previous support for the homosexual agenda.

The cards, produced by Carlton Cards, include phrases like “Mr. & Mr.” and “Two very special women, one very special love.”

“Target is focused on diversity and inclusivity,” spokesperson for Target Molly Snyder said, adding that they offer “wedding cards relevant for everyone,” including lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender couples.


Target faced some backlash from homosexual political groups in 2010 after they gave $150,000 to MN Forward, a political group that supported Tom Emmer, the pro-life, pro-marriage Republican candidate for governor of Minnesota.

However, Target has been supporting gay pride events in Minneapolis for a number of years, and in May sold gay pride t-shirts and gave the proceeds to the Family Equality Council, a homosexual political advocacy group.

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After the MN Forward flap, the company also vowed to donate $500,000 to the homosexualist cause. However, Target’s advocacy has not satisfied some gay activists.

Last week the retail company was criticized by homosexualist activists for choosing not to sell an album by R&B singer Frank Ocean, who recently came out as homosexual. The company said their decision was simply because the album was being sold on ITunes for a week before it would be released in stores.



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