Watch: Fashion brand pays Dylan Mulvaney to model women's clothing because nothing belongs to females anymore
We have yet another Dylan Mulvaney update for ya. Dylan is apparently now the newest face of Kate Spade New York, a luxury women's fashion brand. Yippee.
Mulvaney posted this latest life update in a TikTok of course. Mulvaney explained, "It all started with the first day of spring. I am at Kate Spade New York to find the perfect spring outfit!"
\u201cDylan Mulvaney is now the newest face of Kate Spade New York.\u201d— Catch Up (@Catch Up) 1680068528
"Kate Spade New York is a staple in my wardrobe," Mulvaney explained as Mulvaney grabbed a tiny white purse off the shelf. Mulvaney then tried on a bright pink dress and pair of white heels to complete the look. The TikTok on Mulavney's page is captioned, "Celebrating the first day of spring with Kate Spade #KateSpadeNYPartner" and is marked as a paid partnership. So yes, it appears that Kate Spade is paying Mulvaney to promote their clothing. For women.
I grow tired of pointing out the replacement of females with biological males in essentially all aspects of life now. But it is important to note. It's also quite bothersome how Mulvaney and other, ahem , trans "women" tend to portray females as the absolute worst stereotypes of women.
For example, take Dylan's TikTok from waaay back on Day 1 of "girlhood". Mulvaney said, "Day 1 of being a girl, and I have already cried three times, I wrote a scathing email that I did not send, I ordered dresses online that I couldn't afford, and then when someone asked me how I was, I said, 'I'm fine,' but I wasn't fine. How'd I do ladies, good?"
Dylan Mulvaney Day 1 of being a girl #trans #woman #dylanmulvaney #SHORTwww.youtube.com
So, according to Mulvaney, being a woman means you have to be emotionally unstable, passive aggressive, financially irresponsible, and lie about your emotions. Not exactly what being a woman is really all about.
Lily is a Zoomer college dropout who somehow landed a writing gig here at LwC.com. In her spare time, she enjoys going for runs, touching grass, and occasionally tweeting tweets for fellow tweeters.
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