Shortly after Bud Light became the new tranny fluid, Nike has switched gears and is using a man who pretends he’s a girl to sell clothes.
Dylan Mulvaney, who claims he’s over a year into “girlhood” made a series of paid partnership social media posts posing in a sports bra and leggings from the company.
Meet NIKE WOMEN’S Newest Ambassador…a biological man.— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) April 5, 2023
Dylan Mulvaney is now being paid 💰by Nike Women to promote sports bras- even though he’s a man!
Another day, another company slapping all women in the face by mocking them and paying a man to take their place! #nike… pic.twitter.com/XK33HJYo63
Many on social media reacted with the same basic question: Why would Nike not use a real woman to promote their women’s line?
Nike hasn’t answered that question as of yet, but perhaps they’ll use their desire to “authentically connect” with consumers the way Anheuser-Busch did.
For woke marketers it seems nothing screams “authentic” more than a grown man claiming to be a girl.
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