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Bud Light Teams Up With Trans Activist Dylan Mulvaney For March Madness

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This was the first time I heard of it. I thought it was an April Fools’ joke, but it seems to be true. Dylan Mulvaney is the new Bud Light spokesperson. Mulvaney is a trans activist and TikTok star.

Mulvaney announced the partnership on Saturday, sharing that Bud Light had sent him customized beer packs featuring his surgically altered monster face to commemorate his recent achievement of pretending to be a 7-year-old girl for a full year.

“Happy March Madness!” This had to do something with sports, and not just because it’s a crazy month. @budlight is offering $15,000 to celebrate this sports thing! For a chance at winning, share a video using #EasyCarryContest Good luck! Mulvaney posted the hashtag #budlightpartner on his Instagram account.

 

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Mulvaney was also featured in the video as he sipped Bud Light in a tub.

Mulvaney’s announcement of a partnership with Bud Light generated a lot of social media criticism, with many users condemning it as another attempt to promote gender propaganda. In his Instagram post, Mulvaney has many comments criticizing Bud Light’s move. Some even said they would no longer support them.

Dylan Mulvaney became a TikTok star quickly after sharing his journey through transition on the platform, which is Chinese-owned. He has been a brand ambassador for Tampax, as well as other fashion and beauty brands. Bud Light’s partnership is his latest lucrative deal. He was only allowed to mutilate his body and act like a girl child. He also had high-profile opportunities like interviewing the President of the United States and visiting the White House.

A study published in The National Library of Medicine found that patients suffering from gender identity disorder (gender dysphoria), have a high rate of personality disorders. “81.4% of people with personality disorders were found. The most common personality disorder was borderline personality disorder, which was 57.1 percent. On average, 3.00 diagnoses were made per patient.

His actions were successful in achieving his desires for attention and notoriety. Corporations are quick to exploit his wilful conduct to show their awakeness, even though it is questionable.

Two months remain before LGBT Pride Month… this means that all of this corporate virtue signaling will only get worse.

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