She-Hulk Star Slams Law Around Parental Consent for Pronoun Changes  

The United States has been engulfed in a cultural war for years, and tensions continue to worsen. This “cold” conflict has not been limited to politics; indeed, nearly every aspect of ordinary life in the United States has been affected, with corporations often playing central roles in the continued battle. Most recently, Anheuser-Busch made headlines after promoting transgender activism on their Bud Light cans. The company suffered catastrophically in financial terms, losing over $400 million; Bud Light was also dethroned as the nation’s best-selling beer, and hundreds of corporate staff members were laid off. In a similar fashion, the popular retailer Target has experienced sales declines after promoting LGBTQ and Gay Pride rhetoric on children’s clothing. 

For the first time in six years, Targets sales fell. In total, revenue at brick and mortar locations open for at least a full year declined by 5.4% in the previous quarter; internet sales decreased by over 10%. These numbers caused the New York City based company to reduce its annual sales forecast. In an appearance with Fox News, the former Vice Chairman of Target Mr. Gerald Storch stated that he has no reservations when saying that the corporation made a miscalculation when marketing for Pride Month in June of 2023. Storch did add that while he felt that the marketing was certainly impactful and played a role in declining sales figures, he believed it was a small minority percentage of the overall drop. 

One celebrity, Tatiana Maslany, the star in the new film “she-hulk” railed against a new piece of legislation in Saskatchewan Canada. The bill, titled “the Parents Bill of Rights” made parental notification and consent a requirement for children under 16 years old who wish to change their gender identity or pronouns while in school. Maslany claims that the bill protecting parental rights is an example of governmental overreach and claimed children should have more rights than parents in this case.