Dylan Mulvaney’s New ‘Days Of Girlhood’ Music Video Sparks Backlash
TikTok personality Dylan Mulvaney attends the 17th annual Women in Film (WIF) Oscar nominees party at the Catch Steak LA, in Los Angeles, California, on March 8, 2024. (Photo by Michael Tran / AFP) (Photo by MICHAEL TRAN/AFP via Getty Images)
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Dylan Mulvaney, the trans-identifying male influencer whose partnership brought Bud Light to its knees last year, has a new music video out called “Days of Girlhood.”

The video is based on Mulvaney’s “Days of Girlhood” social media series, which brought him into the public eye two years ago.

The pop song goes through the days of the week in a “girl’s” life — on Monday she can’t get out of bed, Tuesday she picks up prescription medications, Wednesday she has retail therapy, Thursday she does the walk of shame and “didn’t even know his name,” Friday she overspends, Saturday she flirt with drinks, and Sunday she has a breakdown in the bath.

“Calling women of all ages. Girls like me gotta learn the basics,” Mulvaney sings in the nearly four-minute video.

“Boys on the dance floor, it’s time to clear. The patriarchy’s over. You can hold our beer!” Mulvaney sings in a possible reference to the Bud Light fiasco.

Bud Light’s collaboration with Mulvaney last year sparked a boycott from customers. The beer brand’s parent company may have lost as much as $1.4 billion in sales in the aftermath.

The backlash to the music video was immediate, with some critics saying the song promoted sexist stereotypes of women.

“Dylan Mulvaney just released a music video on how to… you guessed it… be a girl,” Jaimee Michell, founder of Gays Against Groomers, posted on X.

“Back up ladies, let a real man tell you what a woman is,” posted Libby Emmons, editor-in-chief of The Post Millennial.

“Every part of ‘girlhood’ that Dylan Mulvaney imitates is an offensive stereotype,” posted Blaze TV host Lauren Chen. “Stupidity, promiscuity, emotional instability, materialism.”

“The craziest part of Dylan Mulvaney’s new music video is even after hormones and surgery, he still looks like a total dude. Just an unhealthy one wearing girl clothes,” posted conservative podcast host Liz Wheeler.

Mulvaney also shared a video on himself on Instagram saying that the theme of his past year, his second year of “girlhood,” was “pain.”

“Two years of publicly transitioning as a woman,” he said, “or two years of being your worst nightmare, whichever way you see it. But I see it as a win.”


Mulvaney also said that all proceeds from the music video will go to The Trevor Project, a leftist nonprofit that focuses on LGBT youth.

Also this week, Mulvaney revealed at an event in Austin that he had tried to “fix” the Bud Light situation by pitching a “Western commercial” to the brand, where a cowboy and a trans-identifying person share a beer.

However, the company did not bite.

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