DAN WOOTTON: The hate-filled gender lobby might deny the reality, but trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney is now making fun of women. Shame on Nike, Bud, Olay and other brands for buying this madness
By Dan Wootton for MailOnline
18:58 11 April 2023, update 19:23 11 April 2023
The rise of trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney is a woke fairy tale that quickly turned into a very real horror story for women.
As an attention-seeking gay music lover, the fame-hungry singer achieved only moderate success, appearing on stage in the set The Book of Mormon and briefly going viral for a dance routine bizarre as a contestant on the game show The Price Is Right.
Then began the “transition to childhood,” all faithfully documented in a slew of TikTok videos designed to go viral by appealing to woke gender extremists and upsetting those who advocate for biological women’s rights in equal measure.
As someone deeply concerned with the very real assault on women’s rights, from sports to the preservation of single-sex spaces to male rapists being sent to women’s prisons, I confess to finding the horrifying videos so compelling.
Time and again, Dylan, now 26, equates becoming a woman with a number of sexist and stereotypical tropes about female behavior tied to so-called bimbo-ism.
It started on “the first day of being a girl,” when Dylan said, “I’ve cried three times already. I wrote a scathing email that I didn’t send. I ordered dresses online that I couldn’t afford. And then when someone asked me how I was, I said “I’m fine”, when I wasn’t fine.
So it’s true, within 24 hours of putting on lipstick, Dylan decided that the essential qualities of femininity were being a passive-aggressive emotional wreck irresponsibly spending money on expensive clothes.
But the situation quickly escalated, with a steady stream of videos where Dylan lectured the social media world that “women can get bulges”, “people of all genders use tampons, not just women” and “real girls don’t wear them”. arm’.
But, surprisingly, the new look more than worked, with Dylan’s follower count exploding into the millions.
Within months, Dylan, who actually identifies as queer, was appearing alongside Joe Biden at the White House and walking the red carpet at the Grammy Awards.
Anyone who dared to raise an objection to the concerning aspects of Dylan’s public embrace as the new face of women was immediately derided as a transphobe or a TERF.
And, while not involving Dylan, like America’s top swimmer Riley Gaines, who spoke out against competing against trans rival Lia Thomas, found at a San Francisco university last week, taking a stance based on biological reality could now see you physically attacked by a increasingly violent trans lobby.
Equally disturbing are the corporate giants so desperate to worship the Altar of Revival that they quickly cast Dylan as their new female star.
This whole growing brood of woke companies that care to move up a few spots on the ladder of LGBT-friendly companies called the Corporate Equality Index.
Maybe they would have gotten away if Bud Light and Nike – two all-American brands – hadn’t joined the party within days of each other.
In a week, Dylan has enraged conservative favorites like Kid Rock by being handed a Bud Light endorsement deal to celebrate achieving ‘365 days of youth’ tied to a promotion for the March Madness basketball league. , though he admitted knowing nothing about the sport, as part of a futile ploy to shift the image of America’s number one beer from fratty to inclusive.
But the straw that broke the camel’s back was that Nike decided to team up with Dylan to promote its women’s sportswear, prompting boycott calls from top sportswomen including Sharron Davies and Caitlyn Jenner. , herself a trans megastar.
In the video, Dylan is shown kicking his legs as if parodying a high school cheerleader. That’s a far cry from the kind of honed female athletes Nike has teamed up with before like Serena Williams and Simone Biles.
Such promotion was so blatant that it is now clear that companies like Nike – still largely run by liberal men – are out to poke fun at women.
How the hell can Dylan promote women’s activewear when he has no boobs or penis?
Female athletes struggle with issues related to their unique body and menstrual cycles which are a key consideration in choosing the types of clothing they wear in competition.
Not to mention the fact that Nike has decided to overlook a generation of top female competitors, from Olympic medalists to World Cup winning footballers, desperate to secure such lucrative endorsement for a trans influencer who admits to knowing nothing about the sport.
This time they really went too far!
The same goes for other fashion and beauty brands like Kate Spare, Haus Labs, CeraVe and Ulta Beauty who are dumping massive dollars on Dylan in a cynical attempt to improve their own woke image among New York’s metropolitan elite. York, Los Angeles and London.
But ordinary people have had enough now.
I absolutely believe that trans people should be able to live happy and fulfilling lives, but not at the expense of women (I refuse to call them biological or cis gender, by the way).
As a man, I believe it is my duty to defend my mother, my sister, my niece and my friends who face a world where they are less safe and protected because of a very loud group that spreads misogynistic gender propaganda.
And as a gay man, I think it’s my duty to speak out against the homophobia that’s intrinsically tied to the extreme gender ideology that Dylan helps popularize.
Coming out as a gay or lesbian teenager is hard enough without immediately being convinced that you’re probably the wrong sex.
I also believe that Dylan started doing a serious disservice to trans people.
The transition is not something that can be done in a few days; it’s a life-changing decision that, if taken correctly, involves irreversible physical transformation, including hormone treatment and grueling surgery to modify highly sensitive parts of the body.
“Let the dolls be dolls, please,” Dylan recently said dramatically in a new TikTok clip while wearing a brightly colored dress with their hair in bows and bold colored circles painted on their cheeks.
But it’s time for the companies that support this dangerous breed of gender extremism to wake up and realize that it’s not about dressing up as a doll and starting to stand up for what it really means to be a woman.
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