Psychotherapist Tom Kersting of A&E’s Surviving Marriage reality television series told Fox News on Tuesday that children would “question what their gender is.”
As the hosts of Fox & Friends reported on Monday, Target announced last week that it was removing gender labeling from toy aisles and some other areas of the store after parents complained about separate labeling for “Building Sets” and “Girls Building Sets.”
“I know it’s going to confuse me,” Alcides Segui of Fox affiliate WTVT told the Fox News hosts.
Host Brian Kilmeade argued that he would have a hard time buying toys for the children in his life without gender labeling.
On Tuesday, Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked a panel of psychotherapists if removing gender labeling was a good idea.
Kersting warned that Target was going “overboard.”
“I understand there’s this whole gender neutral agenda going on,” Kersting opined. “And I actually have clients of mine that are — don’t really know what gender they are.”
“I don’t want to confuse kids that are young when we take them to a toy store, having them question what their gender is,” he continued. “That’s the problem I have with that. I think Target, after reading their comments, a lot of people are not happy with.”
“So, I think they might have stepped a little bit overboard.”
Watch the video below from Fox News’ Fox & Friends, broadcast Aug. 11, 2015.
Neal Katyal predicts law schools will teach a ‘Worst Mistakes in Court’ class on Trump’s ‘pathetic’ 20-day fiasco
Prominent lawyer Neal Katyal is best known for having tried over 40 cases before the United States Supreme Court and serving as acting Solicitor General during the Obama administration.
But he also has spent more than two decades as a law professor at Georgetown.
He drew upon all of that experience for a Monday evening appearance on MSNBC's "The Last Word" with Lawrence O'Donnell.
"Someday a law school class is going to be called 'The Worst Mistakes in Court' -- and it will be just about these 20 days," Katyal predicted. "Because this legal strategy is so pathetic it makes Trump's coronavirus strategy look competent by contrast."
Republicans are terrified of having to think for themselves once Trump is gone: S.E. Cupp
On CNN Monday, conservative commentator S.E. Cupp argued that GOP lawmakers are not just scared of retribution for not standing with outgoing President Donald Trump; they are also scared of having to define what they stand for as a party without him telling them what to believe.
"For the past four years, we, especially in the media, have heard Republicans in private are XYZ — disgusted, disturbed, troubled — but publicly, very silent, except in these moments where it really doesn't count, where everyone is doing it," said Cupp. "I think, in fact, if I write another book, I will call it 'In private: the great cowardice of Trump's GOP.'"
Fox host whines about the media after Trump begins transition: ‘The 2020 election was not fair’
On Fox News Monday, Tucker Carlson — who just a few days previously criticized President Donald Trump's attorney for refusing to provide evidence for voter fraud conspiracy theories — attacked the entire voting process as unfair.
"Other countries understand it, they don't use electronic voting because they know it undermines confidence in democracy," said Carlson. "We ought to revert immediately to the traditional system of voting, the one that served our democracy for hundreds of years ... but at the same time, we shouldn't let our focus on voting machines distract us from all that happened earlier this month. The 2020 presidential election was not fair. No honest person would claim that it was fair."