En god kvinde

Trans-influenceren Dylan Mulvaney reklamerer nu for Budweiser Lite, et ølmærke, der gør amerikansk øl endnu mere smags-forladt.

Sådan så han ud for et par år siden, da han var i studiet hos Ellen Degeneres

Samme skabagtige opførsel som da han deltog i The Price Is Right. Om han går i kjole eller rensdyr gevir, det er den samme forestilling om det kvindelige, stereotyp ud i det parodiske.

Man kan undre sig over over at man har valgt så afsindigt et dårligt eksempel på en trans-sexuel, som den skabagtige mand Dylan Mulvaney. Forklaringen er, at 

industrien er blevet offer for en relativt ny industri af organisationer, der udformer moralistiske ranglister og truer med at udskamme dem, der ikke føjer sig for zeitgeist. Fra New York Post

Executives at companies like Nike, Anheuser-Busch and Kate Spade, whose brand endorsements have turned controversial trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney into today’s woke “It girl,” aren’t just virtue signaling.

They’re handing out lucrative deals to what were once considered fringe celebrities because they have to — or risk failing an all-important social credit score that could make or break their businesses.

At stake is their Corporate Equality Index — or CEI — score, which is overseen by the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ+ political lobbying group in the world.

HRC, which has received millions from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation among others, issues report cards for America’s biggest corporations via the CEI: awarding or subtracting points for how well companies adhere to what HRC calls its “rating criteria.”

Businesses that attain the maximum 100 total points earn the coveted title “Best Place To Work For LGBTQ Equality.” Fifteen of the top 20 Fortune-ranked companies received 100% ratings last year, according to HRC data.

More than 840 US companies racked up high CEI scores, according to the latest report.

The HRC, which was formed in 1980 and started the CEI in 2002, is led by Kelley Robinson who was named as president in 2022 and worked as a political organizer for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.

The HRC lists four major rating criteria, each with its own lengthy subsets, for companies to gain — or lose — CEI points.

The CEI is made up of several main scoring components.

The main categories are: “Workforce Protections,” “Inclusive Benefits,” “Supporting an Inclusive Culture,” “Corporate Social Responsibility and Responsible Citizenship.”

A company can lose CEI points if it doesn’t fulfill HRC’s demand for “integration of intersectionality in professional development, skills-based or other training” or if it doesn’t use a “supplier diversity program with demonstrated effort to include certified LGBTQ+ suppliers.”

James Lindsay, a political podcaster who runs a site called New Discourses, told The Post that the Human Rights campaign administers the CEI ranking “like an extortion racket, like the Mafia.

It doesn’t just sit back passively either. HRC sends representatives to corporations every year telling them what kind of stuff they have to make visible at the company. They give them a list of demands and if they don’t follow through there’s a threat that you won’t keep your CEI score.”

The CEI is a lesser-known part of the burgeoning ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) “ethical investing” movement increasingly pushed by the country’s top three investment firms. ESG funds invest in companies that oppose fossil fuels, push for unionization, and stress racial and gender equity over merit in hiring and board selection.

As a result, some American CEOs are more concerned about pleasing BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street Bank — who are among the top shareholders of most American publicly-traded corporations (including Nike, Anheuser-Busch and Kate Spade) — than they are about irritating conservatives, numerous sources told The Post.

På dag 31 “of being a girl” udtrykker Mulvaney bekymring over endnu ikke at have menstrueret, men, trøster han sig selv, det skete vel også for Jomfru Maria.

Derfor er det ikke blot det tynde øl, Mulvaney reklamerer også for tampax.

Day 75 of being a girl and I’ve been carrying around tampons and pads for the past two months, but I’ve actually never opened one up, so do it! Wohuu. I thought the letters stood for small, medium and large based of the size of your barbie-pouch.

Og så fortsætter han med at teste de forskellige produkters sugeevne ved at dyppe dem i et vandbad, nu han trods alt ikke har en ‘barbie pouch’. Han joker med at han overvejede at tilsætte vandet rød farve, men bestemte sig for at det blev for eksplicit, førend han bryder det dobbelte lærred “Now I kind of think about it I probably should have had a woman come and teach me about these things…”

Han reklamerer også for Nikes sports bh’er, så man virkeligt kan se, hvorledes de holder ingenting på plads, så han rigtigt kan bevæge sig som enhver rask dreng, der giver den som skabagtig bøssekarl.

Satiresitet Babylon Bee, en pendant til Rokokko Posten, skrev “Scientists At Budweiser Attempt To Discover How Many Beers It Would Take For Dylan Mulvaney To Pass As A Woman”. Jeg tror det har krævet noget, der var importeret.