Joe Biden participated in a forum on Friday featuring several young “change-makers,” including Dylan Mulvaney, a chirpy transvestite who is popular on TikTok, and was recently promoted in a cosmetic company’s video.
The trans activist announced his inclusion in the forum in a video for his 8 million TikTok followers.
“It’s day 222 of being a girl, I’m in Washington D.C., and I’m going to the White House!” Mulvaney gushed.
“You know that phrase, you know I may have girl bossed to close to the sun?” he continued. “Well, that’s how I feel today. I get to sit down with Joe Biden and Now This News, and I get to ask him a few questions surrounding trans issues in the United States, and talk to him about my transness!”
After meeting with Biden, Mulvaney excitedly showed his massive TikTok audience the cookie Biden gave him, and urged them to vote in the midterms “because this is going to be one of the most important elections in our lifetimes. ”
Big news. Dylan Mulvaney has been invited to speak with Joe Biden about trans issues and what it means to be a woman. pic.twitter.com/hdZhxp6cDE
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 21, 2022
The left-wing news site “Now This” hosted the “presidential forum,” which will be aired on Sunday. Joe Biden sat down “with six young people focused on finding solutions to some of the most critical issues facing their generation,” Now This announced on its website.
Those “most critical issues,” it turns out, are mostly pet left-wing issues such as “gun legislation,” “abortion access,” “criminal legal reform,” “climate crisis,” and of course, “trans rights.”
Dylan, 25, apparently identified as a gay man until the COVID lockdown, when he decided he was non-binary, according to a post on the new wave feminist site 4W. “Then when that didn’t earn enough likes/hits, they announced they were actually a ‘girl’ (surprise!!) all along,” wrote 4W author Kathryn.
Now, with somewhere in the region of 7 million followers, their ‘Days of Girlhood’ videos document their coming out, how they apply their make-up, tuck in their ‘Barbie Wand’ – and yes, that is what you think it is – and inexplicably carry Tampons around with them, for no real reason.
Mulvaney gives daily updates of his experiences since identifying as a “girl,” including the one in June in which he talked about carrying around tampons and referred to women’s vaginas as “Barbie pouches.”
barbie pouch pic.twitter.com/oaDD2epLBL
— oliver (@pileapop) June 24, 2022
In another video, he admitted that he sometimes attracts unwanted stares when he wears tight-fitting clothes “because my crotch doesn’t look like other women’s crotches sometimes because mine doesn’t look like a little Barbie Pocket!”
— Jess (@slxthkween) October 17, 2022
Mulvaney and another transvestite were recently featured in a video titled “The Beauty of Girlhood” for Ulta Beauty Inc., an American chain of beauty stores headquartered in Bolingbrook, Illinois. The chain proudly posted the video on social media of the two grown biological males—one with mustache and beard—chatting “all things girlhood.”
Trans 👏 Girls 👏 Can 👏 Do 👏It 👏 All! Tune into the latest episode of The Beauty Of… where host @DavidLopezzz sits down with guest Dylan Mulvaney to chat all things girlhood 💝 Watch now: https://t.co/tCRfEryYkZ pic.twitter.com/uaXJqEBQI9
— Ulta Beauty (@ultabeauty) October 13, 2022
.@ultabeauty teaches us that to be a girl you must shake your tits to Hollywood producers like Harvey Weinstein and trade sex because that’s how girls advance in the world. “Mr. Hollywood, I’m right here,” Dylan says, shaking chest to camera, mouth agape.#BoycottUlta #womanface pic.twitter.com/TEqN8JfIfK
— Mandy Stadtmiller (@mandystadt) October 17, 2022
Ulta’s promotion of the trans activists to discuss their own alleged femininity spurred outrage on the right, and culminated in the hashtag #BoycottUlta trending on Twitter.
“[Mulvaney has] learned a lot about a community that faces extreme backlash in the current political climate,” Now This noted.
The trans activist was at the White House on Friday, purportedly to advise Biden on how to mitigate this “most critical” issue.