'Woman of The Year' Award Goes To Biological Male Dylan Mulvaney

Tierin-Rose Mandelburg | October 12, 2023
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Nope. Unfortunately this isn’t satire. 

Of all the women in the world, the queer publication 'Attitude' selected for their awards ceremony a biological male who paraded around as a little girl to earn the “Woman of the Year” title. This is offensive for actual women. 

Powered by Jaguar, Virgin Atlantic, Richard Branson's airline company, marked their 12th annual "Attitude" awards and attempted to highlight and support the LGBTQ community. I can’t say I’m too shocked that Mulvaney won the award, given the fact that he’s garnered a slew of support from delusional people who also like to pretend he’s a she.

Mulvaney accepted the award on Wednesday in London and was as melodramatic as you can imagine. He gave a more-than-four-minute speech and it, as you could have guessed, was chock full of woke crap.

He began his speech by saying that “some people don’t see me as a woman at all.” (I personally raised my hand when he said that, though the audience booed in disapproval.)

“Here’s what I realized,” Mulvaney continued. “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.”

Uh. You don’t reach "versions" of womanhood, Dylan. You either are one, or you aren’t. End of story. 

Mulvaney then went on to say how thrilled he was that the awards ceremony was taking place in London because he was “deeply attracted” to British accents, and because it reminded him of a trip he took to London this past summer when he felt he could leave the “baggage” of the United States behind him for a holiday. 

“When I arrived,” he said, “I didn’t feel like that trans beer girl.”

Hon, you’re always gonna be that "trans beer 'girl.'”

Mulvaney said a bunch more jibber jabber and then thanked numerous “women'' in his life who’ve helped him get to this point. He clarified that some were “cis” and some were “trans" - a.k.a., real and fake women. 

Related: Trans Takes All: Miss Universe Now Has Two Biological Male Contestants

He thanked his mother for “navigating being the parent of a trans daughter while you were watching your child just get slammed by extremist media.” Uh, you mean praised? 

While there was undoubtedly some backlash regarding Mulvaney ruining Bud Light, legacy media has been nothing but supportive for Mulvaney and the rest of the alphabet mob. But playing the victim card is easier for Mulvaney than to accept reality. I mean, we all know he’s no good at believing fact over fiction. 

Mulvaney thanked all the people that helped him disguise himself as a woman - well, tried to at least - and then thanked his trans friends. 

“To the trans women in my life: you have shown me more grace and wisdom, patience and empathy than I deserve and it’s kind of epic that if I did list out all those names we’d be here all night,” he said. Luckily, he didn’t name them all but continued with, “I’ve got a lot of sisters in the dollhouse so you are all my women of the year.”

As a final note, Mulvaney said he was interested in dual citizenship and said, “So don’t be shy, come dance with me tonight!”

Ew. 

Overall, it’s a huge slap in the face for a literal man to be awarded something meant for a woman. But then again, it's become commonplace for our society to put anyone who’s part of the LGBTQILMNOP mafia above anybody normal.

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