Corporations Face Backlash for Attempting To Undermine Mother’s Day Celebrations

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Motherhood is under attack, and it’s not just extreme democrats pushing their agenda on the American people. Several corporations are now jumping on the bandwagon, trying to undermine the significance of the day by pushing a negative agenda towards the most amazing members of our society.

Tonight, we bring you a story that has sparked controversy and outrage from conservatives across the country. In an effort to show sensitivity towards customers who may find Mother’s Day to be a “sensitive topic,” several corporations have started offering opt-outs for Mother’s Day messaging. And conservatives are having none of it; this move is just another example of corporations pandering to the democrat agenda and attacking traditional roles and values in out

Several corporations, including DoorDash, Kay’s Jewelers, Fry’s Food Stores, Hallmark, and Kroger, recently sent emails to customers allowing them to opt-out of receiving promotional material about Mother’s Day. The companies acknowledge that Mother’s Day can be a sensitive topic for some and offer customers the option to avoid emails and push notifications related to the holiday. 

According to an email from Fry’s Food Stores, “We know Mother’s Day and Father’s Day can be sensitive times for some. If you’d like to opt out of our emails and push notifications for these holidays, please tap below.”

Kay’s Jewelers sent a similar message, saying, “We know Mother’s Day can be a challenging time, which is why we want to know if you’d rather not receive Mother’s Day related emails.”

Door Dash wanted in on the fun saying, “We understand that Mother’s Day can be a difficult time for some. Click the button below if you’d prefer to be removed from additional emails and push notifications this year.”

While some may see this as a “kind gesture”, conservative commentators have taken issue with the move, arguing that it represents an attack on motherhood and traditional values.

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk tweeted, “Brands are bending over backwards to let customers ‘opt out’ of Mother’s Day. Can we opt out of Pride Month spam too?”

Anti-abortion activist Lila Rose also tweeted, “Why is our culture so hateful of motherhood?”

Some customers have praised the companies for letting them opt out of receiving Mother’s Day emails, citing that the holiday can be difficult for those who have suffered loss.

User Liam Thrailkill gave them the benefit of the doubt speaking from experience, “I can’t speak to their reasoning for sending the opt-out emails, but I know that Mother’s Day was extremely difficult for me and Brooklyn following our miscarriage. Sometimes this stuff isn’t “woke”, it can really just be hurtful to those struggling.”

The move by several major corporations to allow customers to opt-out of Mother’s Day messaging has sparked outrage among conservatives and rightfully so, could it be an innocent email trying to be sensitive to the potential parents who have had their heartbroken during a pregnancy? Maybe. However, given the political climate against biological women in favor of the opposite, chances are they are pushing a negative agenda against women and it’s unacceptable and incredibly moronic of them all. The very  mother’s they’re insulting probably make up the majority of their customers and this is the thanks they get? Despicable! They must pay for this and hopefully mothers will lead the way. 

Let’s continue this conversation, in the comments below.

Next News Network Team

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