Target is pulling a Valentine's card from its shelves after customers complained, the Business Journal reports.
The card reads "Stalker is a harsh word -- I prefer Valentine."
A group led by Ginger Lee, who gained fame after exposing her illicit cell-phone conversations with Congressman Anthony Weiner, has been pressuring the store to drop the card.
In a report in Forbes, Lee, herself a victim of stalking, says she can't believe a major retailer like Target would carry a card "making light of a terrible thing like stalking."
Critics who say the card is "sinister and ugly" organized an online petition.
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