Male model Dylan Mulvaney wins 'woman of the year' from queer British magazine Attitude, sponsored by Virgin Atlantic

In early "girlhood" videos, Mulvaney said that he was a "bimbo," while more recently he's undergone a bit of a "glow up," wearing designer clothes and making the covers of fashion magazines.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Dylan Mulvaney had no career in entertainment prior to coming out as trans on TikTok. But after launching a series called "365 Days of Girlhood" and claiming that he is actually a woman, Mulvaney's career took off. 

He was invited to speak at the White House with Joe Biden, during which Mulvaney informed the president that trans kids need to be protected and given growth stunting, sterilizing drugs so that they can appear to be the opposite sex.

He received sponsorships from Kate Spade, KitchenAid, cosmetics companies, and one Bud Light, which led to a total collapse of the brand. Mulvaney was able to parlay his coming out as a girl into a modeling career, as well, and looks to be on the verge of the acting career he's always dreamed of. 

Now, he has another achievement to add, he's been named "Woman of the Year" by queer British magazine Attitude. Attitude claims to be the "best-selling gay magazine in the world."

Mulvaney was praised and applauded by those who bestowed the award on him, and proceeded to call anyone who doesn't think he's a woman "transphobic."

"I am so honored to be here with you all tonight," Mulvaney, who uses "she/they" pronouns said. "And you know some see me as the Woman of the Year. Some see me as a woman of a year— and some change— as I only publicly came out online 560 days ago. And some people don't see me as a woman at all."

This could be because Mulvaney was born male, and is still male, despite facial feminization surgery and the proclamation that he is female. In early "girlhood" videos, Mulvaney said that he was a "bimbo," while more recently he's undergone a bit of a "glow up," wearing designer clothes and making the covers of fashion magazines. It's fair to say that few women have gone from becoming a girl (at say: birth) to cover model in less than two years.

"I know," Mulvaney told his (their?) adoring crowd, "which is why receiving this honor from a queer publication like Attitude means so much more to me. Because here's what I've realized. You ready? Okay. So: 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. But as long as I have the queer community that sees me for my truth, I'm going to be okay."

Mulvaney claimed that while the UK was a "safe space" for him, it was still "dangerous" for trans people. This depsite the fact that British police will arrest people for misgendering someone in a social media post.

He referred to "they" multiple times in his brief speech, saying that "they want us to be in competition with each other" and that "they would love nothing more than to see" the LGBTQ+ community split along letter-lines.

Mulvaney has millions of followers on TikTok. Of the "365 Days of Girlhood" series, where Mulvaney posted daily TikToks of his gender transition process of appearing more feminine, he said it "is a celebration of femininity and innocence during [a time] where there generally is shame and darkness. And I think it is less about transness as a whole and more about someone seeing themselves for the first time and meeting their true self and letting people watch."

"To the trans youth out there in America," Mulvaney said, "in the UK, and beyond I love you, I support you, stay with us. You are so worthy of love and I’m so proud of you. I love ya!"
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