Designed by a self-avowed Satanist with a penchant for Baphoment, devil horns, and sexual perversion, Target's new Abprallen line features clothing items for children that say things like "Cure Transphobia, Not Trans People" and "Too Queer for Here."
One particularly offensive shirt for kids bears the message "Satan respects pronouns," along with the artist's rendering of a colorful Satan Baphomet creature in pastel colors like light green and violet.
"One of my favourite and most popular designs, and the one that gave Abprallen its proper footing and direction," reads a description of the shirt by its London-based designer, who wrote all this and more on Instagram in celebration of his newfound partnership with Target.
"Satan loves you and respects who you are; you're important and valuable in this world and you deserve to treat yourself with love and respect. LGBT+ people are so often referred to as being a product of Satan or going against God's will, so fine. We'll hang with Satan instead."
(Related: Last year, Target lost $600 million in profits due to widespread shoplifting and looting, which became a thing, particularly at Target stores, because of George Floyd.)
According to the clothing's designer, he personally does not actually believe in Satan, which "is merely used as a symbol of passion, pride, and liberty."
"He means to you what you need him to mean," this person, who goes by "they and them" pronouns, added in another Instagram post. "So for me, Satan is hope, compassion, equality, and love. So, naturally, Satan respects pronouns. He loves all LGBT+ people."
This same designer produces other bizarre clothing items along the same line of thinking that appear to mock the concerns that many parents have about the grooming elements of the Cult of LGBT.
One product jokingly features an image of a skeleton draped in a "rainbow" flag along with the words "Gay Cult" written at the bottom. Another features an older skeleton handing a transgender-colored flame of fire to a younger skeleton, along with the words "The fires of today's trans adults will light the way for tomorrow's."
The implication of this, of course, is that transgenderism is passed down to the younger generations through recruitment rather than reproduction, since LGBTs cannot reproduce with one another.
Only a man and a woman can reproduce, after all – all others pairs and partnerships are nothing more than a perversion of the real thing, which as usual Target is all too eager to celebrate as normal while pushing such ideology on children.
Another product from Abprellen is a small pin that says "Trans witches for abortion," which also promotes the death and destruction of young people – though in this case, young people who are still in the womb.
There is also a whole line of violence-promoting wear and gear that takes direct aim at normal people. One item states that "Heteronormativity is a plague," while another features a guillotine with a heart-shaped hole at the bottom, the implication being that straight people need to have their heads cut off.
"Time's up for transphobes," reads another, along with "sorry you're cis," cis being a derogatory reference for normal people who are heterosexual.
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