Bud Light makes special can to celebrate Dylan Mulvaney's '365 days of girlhood'

Bud Light has printed cans with Mulvaney's likeness in celebration of Mulvaney pretending to be a girl for a full year.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Is this an April Fool's joke? We're not sure, but it appears that trans TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney is the latest spokesperson for Bud Light. Mulvaney released an ad, in the style of the usual TikToks, talking about the beer and March Madness. Mulvaney joked about March Madness, and not know what sport that was about, while wearing an up-do and gown.

Bud Light has printed cans with Mulvaney's likeness in celebration of Mulvaney's 365 Days of Girlhood project. The celebration signifies that Mulvaney, a grown adult male, has been pretending to be a "girl" for an entire year.

Mulvaney's "365 Days of Girlhood" project, during which Mulvaney released TikTok videos documenting the "journey" from presenting as a gay male to presenting as a gay male in women's clothing, was documented fully by Mulvaney on social media. 

Mulvaney used the project to become a social media influencer, and the efforts, including facial feminization surgery and publicly taking estrogen, were successful. Mulvaney met with President Biden at the White House and received a letter of congratulations from Vice President Kamala Harris on having spent a full year documenting the gender change on social media.

Mulvaney has been tapped to sell a host of women's products, including Kate Spade's women's spring line of dresses, handbags, and shoes, along with Tampax for some reaon, despite Mulvaney not being capable of menstruation. Mulvaney has also pranced about like a little girl for promotions as well.

Mulvaney has had partnerships with Maybelline, Ulta, and Kitchen Aid, as well.

Despite the glory, Mulvaney has complained that "no one is in the DMs," and that dating as trans has not been easy, despite being attractive enough, as Mulvaney says, a "husband stealer."

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