Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has criticized Target's policy of allowing transgender people to use the bathroom of their choice, saying it will lead to “criminal activity.”

The Christian conservative group American Family Association (AFA) launched a boycott of the retail giant after it reiterated its policy. AFA claims that 1.1 million people have joined its boycott.

AFA President Tim Wildmon told Fox News that the policy puts women and girls in “jeopardy.”

“Predators and voyeurs would take advantage of the policy to prey on those who are vulnerable,” he said.

Paxton, a Republican, echoed those sentiments in a letter to Target.

“It is possible that allowing men in women's restrooms could lead to criminal and otherwise unwanted activity,” Paxton wrote.

Paxton is asking Target to “provide the full text of Target's safety policies regarding the protection of women and children from those who would use the cover of Target's restroom policy for nefarious purposes.”

Despite the vocal claims of opponents, such incidents have not taken place in the states and cities that allow transgender people to use the bathroom of their choice.

After the Supreme Court last year found that gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to marry, Paxton, whose office previously defended Texas' ban in court, said that county clerks and judges can refuse to issue marriage licenses to gay couples based on their religious beliefs.