Dylan Mulvaney is an absolute joke, and further proves why anyone who claims they’re “trans” should undergo psychiatric evaluation before accessing HRT, SRS, and thus being allowed to socially and legally live as a member of the opposite sex.
I looked at plenty of media by this guy—he claims he’s “female”, but it looks all he does is crossdress and lives a caricaturized idea of what he thinks it means to be a woman. He thinks it’s all about dresses, make-up, female get-togethers, home parties, fashion.
He even called it celebrating 365 days of “girlhood”—not womanhood. Sounds like fetishizing women’s existence??
I am sure nowhere in any of his fantasy of it includes anything about the realities of being raped, being the victim of sexist harassment and discrimination, bearing and raising children, dealing with menstrual cycles and PMS, constantly being “mansplained” to, being told to always “smile”. Being held to different standards compared to guys. The glass ceiling.
His entire delusion relies on the sexist, outdated stereotypes on what he thinks he means to be a woman. (Which reinforces the contradiction of this trans thinking—they claim we want to break down gendered stereotypes, yet anyone who shows gender variant behaviors, interests, presentation, they want to say that the kid is “trans”. Come again??)
Because when you get into a serious discussion with guys like him about what it really means to be a woman, their fantasy starts to crash and they feel a strong discomfort of existential crisis.
I am sure he found some “yes” doctor on the Internet or other nurse who just prescribed him HRT without ever telling him to see a shrink.
This is why I say we need to bring back psychiatric evaluation and the “real life test” before allowing “trans” people to obtain a sex change and live life a member of the opposite sex. To prevent cross-dressers, fetishists, and bozos like this clown from obtaining HRT and SRS on group- or government-funded healthcare plans. To make sure candidates have a real idea of what it means to live as a member of the opposite sex, and not live some fantasized version of it.
Like I said in my last post—this is why transsexed and transsexual men and women are increasingly making a distinction between being transsexual and transgender. Because delusional cross-dressers are claiming they’re “trans” now just for the attention.
Bud Light has seen tons of boycotts because of this partnership—plenty of their customers made their thoughts clear: just make the beer, and stay out of politics.
Thank god I’m not a beer drinker.