Wednesday, April 19, 2023

"Hello God, It's Me, Dylan Mulvaney"

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The flamboyant TikTok star, Dylan Mulvaney, who became famous for identifying as a female and being an invited guest to meet with President Biden in the Oval Office, says he’s “trying really hard to maintain a relationship with God” even as he promotes transgenderism as part of a number of corporate partnerships.

He is also at the center of the disastrous Anheuser-Busch beer ad campaign.

So who cares what he says or believes?

Parents and grandparents should care because he has more than 10 million followers and more than 1 billion views on his "Days of Girlhood" video, and most of his followers and viewers are young.

Possibly some in your family are watching him

He's considered a major influencer in the culture.

From time to time, he turns his attention to God and Christianity---and his take on both.

Be informed, not misled.

Dylan recently dealt a serious blow to Anheuser-Busch's "Bud Lite" beer by signing a promotional contract with them. Within hours of his promotional ads becoming public, the beer company lost millions and millions of dollars, with millions of  "Bud-Lite" drinkers walking away from the brand. Some promising never to return.

It also spawned a boycott from Kid Rock and country music stars John Rich and Travis Tritt.

"Bud-Lite" is now running a new television ad that panders to conservatives---apparently, they think the conservatives are that stupid.

The ad features an iconic Clydesdale horse against the backdrop of American flags, the Lincoln Memorial, and farmland. There's even a 9/11 reference thrown in.

I don't drink alcohol, but I pay attention to such things. So should you. Here's why. 

Who is Mulvaney?

Mulvaney, a theater actor who most notably appeared in the Broadway musical "The Book of Mormon," has become a mainstream media star after his interview at the White House with President Joe Biden last fall---receiving Biden's full support and endorsement.

Dylan Mulvaney, a 26-year-old man identifying as female, commented in March during his “365 Days of Girlhood” variety show, where he broke away from a performance of Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” to share a bit about how he believes God sees him.

After his meeting with Mulvaney, President Biden stressed that "just because it's different, there's nothing to be fearful about."

The president's comments provoked a reaction on social media, with the popular Twitter account Libs of Tik Tok posting on Twitter that "the official Democratic Party position now is that puberty blockers and sex reassignment surgery for kids is good."

In a viral video last month, Mulvaney stirred up more controversy after portraying Eloise, a 6-year-old girl from a popular 1950s book series.

Captioned, “Childhood dream unlocked,” the March 18 video features Mulvaney wearing an outfit including a pink bow and a short skirt and telling viewers, “I am Eloise. I am 6.”

Conservative critics on social media, including CJ Pearson of PragerU, suggested the video of an adult male identifying as a young girl was a sign of “mental illness.”

A transgender's view of God and Christianity.

"I'm going to say something that might make people feel a little bit uncomfortable,” Mulvaney told the crowd at Rockefeller Center in New York City. "I'm trying really hard to maintain a relationship with God.

Mulvaney continued: “I don't think He made a mistake with me, and that maybe one day, I will actually be grateful for being trans, that this isn't some curse, but it's just a different path to the same destination.”

All profits from his show went to the Trevor Project, an LGBT advocacy group that attempts to correlate religious beliefs with higher rates of suicide among LGBT-identified people, a claim that has frequently been disputed.

Last month, talk show host Drew Barrymore drew criticism after she knelt before Mulvaney during an on-air interview. 

The moment came as Barrymore and Mulvaney shared anecdotes about “hatred” they had experienced in the past.

In the clip, Mulvaney tells Barrymore, "It’s interesting because I look at someone like you and I can’t imagine anybody disliking you." 

In an earlier TikTok video titled “Day 271 — the great tampon debacle,” Mulvaney addressed women who aren't fans of the influencer's parody of women. 

During his monologue in which he said he cared for such women but also accused them of being transphobic, Mulvaney explained that science was his best subject in high school. However, he is convinced that his “sex assigned at birth” as a “biological male” was wrong.

In an earlier video, titled "Day 156 - church," Mulvaney said he had been raised "super Catholic" but was "turned away" from the church after he "came out as gay as a teen." As he sang the lyrics to "Jesus Loves Me," Mulvaney said he "definitely believes in something bigger, whether it's a God or the universe or angels."

For his first church service after self-identifying as female, Mulvaney said he attended a progressive, LGBT-inclusive Unitarian church and included the caption: "Hello God, it's me, Dylan."


In his meeting with President Biden, Mulvaney asked the president to share his thoughts on the matter of transgenderism.

"I feel very, very strongly that you should have every single solitary right, including use of your gender identity bathrooms," the president said.

Biden also described state-level efforts to limit trans individuals' access to bathrooms, sports teams, gender surgeries, and hormones as "outrageous" and "immoral." 

Concerns about such procedures stem from their potential side effects, identified by the American College of Pediatricians as sterility, "osteoporosis, mood disorders, seizures, [and] cognitive impairment" as well as "an increased risk of heart attacks, stroke, diabetes, blood clots, and cancers."

Either knowingly or in ignorance, the President of the United States is advocating something that is child abuse.

So are Washington State and other leftist-run states.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott and other conservative governors have taken steps to stop the mutilation of confused children.

Washington State has declared Abbott and others like him to be the enemy.

Washington State officially says this: 

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott recently created a nightmare for transgender youth by directing state officials to open child abuse investigations on families who supported and sought gender-affirming medical care for their children.

A Texas judge blocked this action – for now.   

Gov. Abbott’s directive is just one example of a wave of bills and legal action in our country that attack the human rights of transgender youth with regard to their identity, social movements, discussion of history, medical choices, and sports participation.

Politicians modeling and advocating prejudice against transgender youth could lead to increased suicidal ideation and suicide attempts among trans youth. Policies matter, and Texas decisions and legal processes are matters of life or death for trans youth.

You decide who is "outrageous" and "immoral."

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful.