Oh good: Dylan Mulvaney and Jeffrey Marsh team up to discuss, quote, 'girlhood'
Who better to discuss what it's truly like to be a woman than *checks notes* two biological men? Jeffrey Marsh and Dylan Mulvaney recently teamed up for this very important discussion on TikTok. Naturally.
Mulvaney began, "Girlhood grows stronger when there's more of us behind it." Marsh continued, "Only certain people are allowed in, but who's allowing? That's the real question. Do you know?" And Mulvaney responded, "I don't. Maybe there isn't one."
(Spoiler: there is. It's God. By creating man and woman. )
\u201cDylan Mulvaney and Jeffrey Marsh have an in-depth discussion about what it truly means to be a girl.\u201d— Catch Up (@Catch Up) 1681053858
Mulvaney then asked Marsh if they "have any relation to the concept of girlhood." Marsh said yes, and that they "find girlhood to be inspiring" because "there are a lot of human beings who are girls who transcend what their gender is supposed to be." This is something Marsh "draws strength" and "excitement from." Mulvaney concluded the video saying they hope this is the start of a lifelong friendship.
It is interesting how they both refer to the concept of transwomen as "girlhood" instead of "womanhood." What Mulvaney is doing is essentially mimicking a young girl by adopting certain feminine stereotypes and, at times, even dressing up as a six-year-old movie character. But it has nothing to do with being a woman.
And it's also interesting that Mulvaney said this "girlhood" grows stronger when there are more people behind it, but only "certain people are allowed in." This kiiiinda sounds like they'd like to "recruit" more people to "girlhood." Does that mean trying to convince more people to become transgender? Because I thought it wasn't a choice. Or perhaps they just mean "allies"? Who can know, really.
Overall, I'm surprised this duo hasn't paired up before now since they're both dominating the TikTok trans trends. And what would we do without their important input on what it means to be a woman?
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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