‘Why is no one in the DMs?’ TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney looking for love, baffled by lack of interest

"I can't wait for the day that I get to show people that a trans person can be in a healthy, happy relationship."

Mia Ashton Montreal QC

TikTok celebrity Dylan Mulvaney, who shot to stardom with the series 100 Days of Girlhood documenting the male’s "transition" to womanhood, has spoken publicly about the search for a romantic partner since becoming trans.

In an interview with People, Mulvaney explains feeling bemused about the fact that the offers from men are not flooding in and describes feeling impatient for that first kiss after transition. After donning some hair extensions and recently undergoing facial feminization surgery, Mulvaney claimed to be hot enough to steal husbands.

"I'm getting a little impatient because, especially when you're feeling yourself and even looking at that Grammys picture, I'm like, that's somebody who should not be single," the TikTok sensation told People magazine. "But then you're like, wait, why is no one in the DMs?"

On March 13, Mulvaney will celebrate one year of performing womanhood, and in that year, the adult male who calls women’s genitals “barbie pouches” and makes videos about carrying around tampons, has notched up some notable moments.

When not dipping tampons into glasses of water and squealing like an immature child, the celebrity influencer has been invited to the White House to advise President Biden on important issues such as healthcare for vulnerable youth, appeared on the Ulta Beauty podcast with a fellow adult male to discuss the joys of girlhood, and glided down the red carpet at the Grammys in a dress showing off a distinct lack of feminine curves.

"I very much feel like I get a do-over as far as some of those negative experiences that I have had romantically. And I want to do it right this time," said Mulvaney in the interview with People. "I can't wait for the day that I get to show people that a trans person can be in a healthy, happy relationship."

"I really want somebody to make me laugh because so much of starting to succeed and have these great things come has been a little serious at times, having to put this businesswoman hat on," Mulvaney explained. "But I think once I do meet that person that can add some levity, add some lightness back to my life and I know that I can make them laugh in the same way, that is going to be chef's kiss."


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