By Jonathon Van Maren
Another week, another major American corporation hoisting the transgender flag to illustrate their woke credentials and their contempt for their customers.
This time, it is Dylan Mulvaney – the “transgender” TikTok star who skyrocketed to fame by engaging in a grotesque parody of womanhood – and Bud Light. Yeah, that’s Bud Light the blue-collar beer, now featuring a man identifying as a woman as its latest spokesperson to celebrate Mulvaney’s “365 Days of Girlhood.”
“365 Days of Girlhood,” for those of you privileged enough to have missed it, is Mulvaney’s public celebration of playing a woman for one full year, which he commemorated with a livestream from New York City’s Rockefeller Center, featuring other LGBT activists and a Disney princess routine. Bud Light decided that this is precisely the sort of thing that the sort of guys who drink Bud Light would wish to celebrate, and thus Mulvaney’s made-up male face now smiles at them from the side of their beer cans.
Mulvaney, by the way, isn’t just another random trans TikTok star – his shtick has landed him an interview with President Joe Biden and feverish acclaim from progressives across America. I’ll bet he’s getting a lot of cash for the Bud Light deal, too. “Happy March Madness!!” Mulvaney wrote on Instagram. “Just found out this had to do with sports and not just saying it’s a crazy month! In celebration of this sports thing @budlight is giving you the chance to win $15,000! Share a video with #EasyCarryContest for a chance to win!! Good luck! #budlightpartner.”
Haha, right? Mulvaney is such a “girl” he’s never heard of March Madness, get it? To promote Bud Light, Mulvaney posted pictures of himself grinning while drinking Bud Light (likely for the first time) and shot a video in which he was drinking a Bud Light in a bathtub. As conservative pundit John Cardillo asked, who at a beer company “thought it was a good idea to make a grown man who dresses like little girls their new spokesperson? Brands have to stop listening to their woke creative teams and get in touch with their consumer demographics.”