Target Disappeared a Book for Toddlers During Anti-Pride Fury

Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast

Sara Broussard was taking a brief break between running a toy museum and raising her 4-year-old twin girls when she came upon the book ABC—Deconstructing Gender in a Target store on Shearn Street in Houston, Texas.

“There was a Pride section that had just been set up, and it was one of the things in the middle of the main aisle,” she remembered. “I saw it, and it’s really cute the way it’s illustrated and it caught my eye.”

She picked up one from a stack of copies that stood among the merchandise Target sets out in its stores to celebrate Pride month each year. She flipped through it to make sure it was age-appropriate.

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