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Dylan Mulvaney Is The Babylon Bee’s Man Of The Year

While the Babylon Bee is generally regarded as a satire site, they set all joking aside to offer a truthful look at Mr. Dylan Mulvaney. – HEADLINE HEALTH

THE BABYLON BEE – The Babylon Bee has chosen Dylan Mulvaney to receive the 2023 Man of the Year award.

Already a proven force to be reckoned with on the Chinese spy app TikTok, Mulvaney has gone on to make his mark as a celebrity spokesman powerful enough to utterly destroy the reputations of big-name consumer brands.

None of them were more notable than Bud Light, the one-time top-selling beer, which hired Mulvaney as its pitchman last spring only to suffer the most precipitous financial freefall in the history of the beer industry.

Once thought to be an invincible brand in the beverage world, Bud Light was brought to its knees by the man — the legend — that is Dylan Mulvaney

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Mulvaney’s response: “Wah, Wah, Wah” … 

Male ‘Woman of the Year’ Complains People Don’t See Him as a Woman

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THE NATIONAL REVIEW – Dylan Mulvaney, the trans-identifying social-media influencer, is at it again.

After nearly single-handedly decimating Bud Light sales, Mulvaney traveled to the U.K. to be honored by Attitude magazine — which I admit I had never heard of — as its “Woman of the Year.”

“Some see me as woman of the year,” Mulvaney said in his acceptance speech. “And some people don’t see me as a woman at all. . . . 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.”

[PSST, DYLAN … what you wear or what you say or how hard you try has no bearing –whatsoever – on your gender. Also, telling the truth is not hate. – HEADLINE HEALTH]

Correct. Only we’re not hateful — just in touch with reality.

Clearly, Mulvaney is a troubled young man. Still, whether wittingly or not, he’s advancing a sinister and misogynistic ideology. The level of criticism he receives is in proportion to the level of attention he seeks.

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Remember when we used to tell young girls that they should not seek to define themselves by others’ approval, nor by their wardrobes, and certainly not by what cosmetic surgeries they get?

Remember when we tried to offer them female role models with intelligence, talent, and character who do more than satisfy a superficial obsession with appearances celebrated by pop culture? …

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