When Nathalie Olds entered a woman’s restroom at a Target store in Keizer, Oregon, on Sunday afternoon, she said a sign posted inside had her “very shocked.” The “Attention Ladies” sign says Target lets men use women’s restrooms, and vice versa, no questions asked. It also encourages people to report peeping individuals and hidden cameras and to use caution when sending teens and children alone into bathrooms. “I was very shocked when I first saw it,” Olds told KGW-TV. She also was confused by the message: “I took it as fact. Heterosexual cisgender men were allowed in the bathroom now.” But after learning more about Target’s policy allowing transgender people to use restrooms that correspond to their gender identities, Olds said she got angry. “I realized it was obviously somebody who was transphobic or somebody who wanted to basically state that transgender women are men, and that’s not okay with me,” she told the station.