Apparently, the Macy’s in San Antonio isn’t the only one with transvestites looking to change clothes in the women’s dressing room.
Liberty Counsel reports that another Macy’s employee has contacted the group to tell her story about repeated issues with men using the women's fitting rooms. The individual asked to remain anonymous out of fear of losing her job.
The employee said she constantly has to ask men to leave the women's fitting rooms. What’s more, she has been asked numerous times by mothers who have daughters in the fitting rooms to please ask the men to leave the women's dressing rooms.
With the Christmas shopping season in full swing, customers around the country are sending Macy's a message that such a bizarre policy is not acceptable.
One woman posted on Macy's Facebook page that her family normally spends $2,000 at Macy's and she is planning to boycott the store. Others are shredding their Macy's credit cards and closing their accounts.
"Macy's policy that allows men to use the women's fitting rooms makes no sense,” says Mathew Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel. “This policy has put at risk every woman shopper who enters one of these rooms. While attempting to cater to a radical LGBT agenda, Macy's has alienated almost the entirety of its customer base."
Indeed, the chorus of voices opposing Macy's disturbing dressing room policy is growing louder as more troubling incidents are coming to light. The message will become increasingly clear that the majority of the American people are not in line with the radical Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender, or LGBT, agenda.
The story of Macy's LGBT policy which allows men to use the women's fitting rooms came to light when Macy's fired Natalie Johnson from its San Antonio store after she politely told a clearly identified man that he could not re-enter the women's fitting rooms.