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Women Pan Dylan Mulvaney's Debut Pop Song

Lauren Chen: 'Every part of 'girlhood' that Dylan Mulvaney imitates is an offensive stereotype ... His entire persona is a modern-day minstrel show, and women are the butt of the joke'

Women Pan Dylan Mulvaney's Debut Pop Song

A series of prominent women have taken offense to Dylan Mulvaney's debut pop song.

Mulvaney's song, "Days of Girlhood," discusses female stereotypes that include depression, antidepressants, and shopping. The song also discusses other female tropes including the "walk of shame," wearing makeup, and appears to hint at the trans activist's infamous Bud Light sponsorship.

The track's accompanying music video features Mulaney trying on clothes, sitting in a bubble bath, and dancing with women while surrounded by pink aesthetic props.

A series of women who have been critical of Mulvaney and transgender ideology took issue with the trans activist's debut song.

"Dylan Mulvaney just released a music video on how to ... you guessed it ... be a girl," wrote Gays Against Groomers founder and president Jaimee Michell. "The level of rage this makes me feel is off the Richter."

The Post Millennial Editor-in-Chief Libby Emmons also panned Mulvaney's song.

"Back up ladies, let a real man tell you what a woman is," she wrote. "New Mulvaney song claims casual sex, pill-popping, and having mental breakdowns are part of being a girl, and that he is one."

"Every part of 'girlhood' that Dylan Mulvaney imitates is an offensive stereotype. Stupid, promiscuity, emotional instability, materialism," wrote Blaze TV's Lauren Chen. "His entire persona is a modern-day minstrel show, and women are the butt of the joke."


"The craziest part of Dylan Mulvaney's new music video is even after hormones and surgery, he still looks like a total dude," wrote podcast host Liz Wheeler. "Just an unhealthy one wearing girl clothes."

"Dylan Mulvaney is not a woman and knows nothing about girlhood. He is a man. Period," Wheeler added in another post.

The song's title is a reference to Mulvaney's "Days of Girlhood" TikTok video series which documented the trans activist’s life after identifying as a woman.

"The patriarchy is over, you can hold our beer," Mulvaney says in the song.


"Mom brought me into the world / Sister taught me how to 'Girl,'" Mulvaney sings. "Best friend coached me how to text / The boy toy that I'm dating next / Girls who helped show me the way / They're why I'm an ‘It Girl’ today."

On Tuesday, Mulvaney celebrated the transgender activist's second year of identifying as a woman in a video shared to TikTok.

Mulvaney said the last year had been "comical" and "heartbreaking" after facing intense backlash over Bud Light's sponsorship.

Revenue generated from streams of Mulvaney's song will be donated to The Trevor Project throughout Pride Month, Mulvaney announced.

The Trevor Project is an LGBTQ organization that supports sex change surgeries and hormones for children and hosts a chatroom for “LGBTQ young people between the ages of 13-24” to “explore your identity, get advice, find support, and make friends in a moderated community."

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