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MINNESOTA, May 18, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Every billboard company in Minnesota refused LifeSiteNews’s #FlushTarget advertisement.

“What about her rights to privacy & protection?” asks the #FlushTarget advertisement, which shows a little girl horrified by a grown man looking at her in the bathroom.

Undeterred, we got creative, and instead created this traveling billboard truck. The #FlushTarget truck will visit every single Target store in the retail chain’s home state.

Our hope is to bring the #FlushTarget truck to other states as well, if we can raise enough funds to keep the truck on the road. To donate to bring the #FlushTarget truck to additional states, click here.

Clear Channel, OutFront Media, Lamar Franklin, and Schubert Hoye all refused the #FlushTarget ad, which encourages people to boycott Target for its new “transgender” bathroom policy allowing men in women’s restrooms and changing rooms.

Last year, OutFront Media donated free ad space to Red Nose Day, which is connected to an organization that has donated millions to the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

The #FlushTarget advertisement also directs people to FlushTarget.com, which encourages users to take action against Target through a large-scale boycott and joining protests against the retail giant.

Sign the #FlushTarget boycott pledge here.

The #FlushTarget truck will visit every Target store in the company’s home state of Minnesota and may expand into additional states.

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