The culture we are currently living in has gone completely, utterly bananas. No doubt about it. Men can now just wake up one day and say, “I’m a female” and we’re all supposed to accept that declaration as fact. It’s a lot like that scene from “The Office,” when the boss, Michael Scott, stands in front of his co-workers and yells he’s declaring bankruptcy after falling deep in debt. The dude literally thought shouting it out loud was how you “declared” it. Same thing with transgender individuals.
But, just like with Scott, if you’re a biological male, you cannot just yell you’re a female and make it so. You can’t get your genitals mutilated and take hormones and become a woman. It’s impossible. You’re born male or female. No switcheroos.
Anyway, I said all that because a magazine from the United Kingdom has put on public display how absolutely insane we have become by declaring biological male, Dylan Mulvaney, a transgender activist most famous for almost completely destroying Bud Light, as its “Woman of the Year” during a 2023 award show.
According to the Daily Wire:
During the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards, which was sponsored by Virgin Atlantic airlines, the host of the awards show proudly announced that the “Woman of the Year” winner was TikTok star Mulvaney. Mulvaney took the stage and said hello to London before talking about how “honored” he was to be with them.
In his acceptance speech, the social media influencer took a swipe at those who “don’t see me as a woman at all” — and those he labeled “extremist media” who have slammed him — without naming what outlets those were.
Dylan Mulvaney is our Woman of the Year, supported by @virginatlantic ✨
“Knowing that my community sees me this way and acknowledges my womanhood is all I need to keep going.”
Order the #AttitudeAwards issue now ▶️ https://t.co/RCg08kjqhm pic.twitter.com/Kj0YS9vPcF
— Attitude Magazine (@AttitudeMag) October 11, 2023
“Which is why receiving this honor from a queer publication like Attitude means so much more to me,” Mulvaney said to the audience during the program. “Because here’s what I’ve realized, no matter how hard I try or what I wear or what I say or what surgeries I get, I will never reach an acceptable version of womanhood by those hateful people’s standards.”
“But as long as I have the queer community that sees me for my truth, I’m gonna be okay,” he stated.
During the first part of the year, Mulvaney made a partnership with Bud Light, to apparently try and sell more cheap, nasty swill to the folks in the LGBT community, which, if you ask me, should be considered a hate crime due to the poor quality of the product, but alas, the whole thing exploded in Mulvaney’s and the company’s faces.
Not long ago, Mulvaney spoke out about all of the “hate and vitriol” he got concerning his work with Bud Light and then said, “companies should forge true partnerships with trans-identified spokespersons rather than engaging in ‘performative’ marketing catered to those groups, as previously reported.”
“If you’re going to ask us to capitalize on our vulnerabilities and our traumas, at least have our backs when the going gets tough,” Mulvaney said during a conversation with Seth Matlins, managing director of the Forbes CMO Network, at the 2023 Forbes CMO Summit.
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