Last Updated on April 26, 2023
Transgender internet personality Dylan Mulvaney, a man who claims to be a woman, advertised women’s shaving cream by shaving his male facial hair, and claiming that he’s the type of “girl” who has to shave his face “every day.” Despite widespread opposition to the transgender movement, which outwardly targets American children for deadly mutilation, Nike, Budweiser, Kate Spade, and more have entered into advertising partnerships with Mulvaney, including for the marketing of women’s clothing and beauty accessories.
The bizarre video ad was created by trans internet personality Dylan Mulvaney on behalf of Evolution of Smooth (EOS), a New York City-based beauty and skincare company that caters to women. Despite Mulvaney’s status as a man, EOS, like others, has entered into an advertising partnership with him, casting Mulvaney as an EOS brand ambassador to market women’s shaving products by shaving his face.
I’m a girl who gets facial hair and that is absolutely okay,” Mulvaney says in the video, as he applies EOS products designed for women to shave their legs and other sensitive areas to his mustache.
“I have to shave my face every day,” Mulvaney added. “So I’m using the EOS sensitive shave cream to protect my skin and get a close shave.”
Mulvaney then began a countdown to a “bikini reveal,” where he appears on a beach in a women’s bathing suit claiming that he feels “silky, smooth, and confident thanks to EOS.”
Watch the video below:
Mentally Ill Mulvaney – “I’m a girl who gets facial hair and that is absolutely okay”
— Frankie Stockes – Reporter (@stockes76) April 26, 2023
EOS is just the latest brand to partner with Mulvaney, who gained viral fame and even an invitation to the White House as a result of his “girlhood” videos, in which he often dresses like a very young girl while pretending to be one. The videos have drawn wide comparisons to pedophilia.
In addition to advertising women’s shaving cream for EOS, Mulvaney has entered into women’s apparel deals with Nike and Kate Spade.
Anheuser Busch, by way of its Bud Light beer brand, has faced a massive backlash for a partnership that the company entered into with Mulvaney, in which they produced beer cans complete with the transgender’s likeness, donning women’s clothing and a tiara.
The cans were the brainchild of Alissa Heinerscheid, Bud Light’s VP of Marketing, who admits that she had the cans produced because she believes that too many “cis” “frat” men drink Bud Light. The decision led to Anheuser-Busch as a corporation losing billions of dollars in a matter of days, prompting a half-hearted apology from its CEO, who is a former employee of the CIA.