Dylan Mulvaney, a biological male who shot to internet stardom with the hit TikTok series 100 Days of Girlhood, has made a promotional video for skincare brand Eos in which followers are advised to take care of their "boobies," which Mulvaney refers to as "my gal pals."
Mulvaney’s internet persona is that of an over-the-top ditsy woman and involves a lot of squealing and prancing about. The online celebrity who once referred to female genitalia as “barbie pockets” was invited to the White House last month for a private meeting with President Biden to discuss trans rights, and also took part in a recent Ulta Beauty podcast with a fellow biological male where the two discussed “girlhood” and their experiences of femininity.
In the promotional video for the Eos shea butter body lotion, Mulvaney remarks that this is the first winter of having “boobies” so “you bet your bottom dollar I’m going to do everything in my power to take care of them.”
“So I’m using the Eos Shea Butter … body lotion on my new gal pals and my whole body,” Mulvaney says while performing a little jiggle. “You know taking estrogen has made my skin a lot more sensitive, so the seven nourishing oils and butters keep it feeling nice and moisturized without feeling greasy.”
“So take care of your boobies,” is the last bit of wisdom imparted by the adult male.
President Biden apparently revealed to the influencer who on Day 74 of being a girl referred to women’s genitalia as “barbie pockets” that he had watched the Days of Girlhood TikTok series.
“The fact that our President has watched Days of Girlhood - it’s kind of epic,” said a very excited Mulvaney shortly after meeting with Biden. “I’m not going to lie. I’ve been having a rough go of it lately. A lot of darkness and today was what I needed to keep going.”
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