Trans activist Dylan Mulvaney, a 25-year-old biological male from San Diego, was recently invited to the White House for an interview with Joe Biden. In the interview, Biden and Mulvaney discussed trans rights, abortion rights, climate change, criminal legal reform, gun legislation, and economic stability.

Mulvaney has been documenting their transition  into “girlhood” on social media in a video series called “Days of Girlhood.” Mulvaney, who less than a year ago identified as a man, is now so celebrated as a female that they get to go to meet the President of the United States.

Mulvaney is also a big advocate for trying to normalize women having a ‘bulge’ in their shorts and insists they shouldn’t be stared at for appearing like a woman and still having male genitalia.

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Former University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines, who, after being forced to compete against trans swimmer Lia Thomas, has stood up for women’s rights in athletics.

After becoming an advocate for women’s rights, Gaines joined Fox News’ Tucker Carlson to discuss Mulvaney’s appearance at the White House.

On ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight,’ Gaines expresses her disgust with the honor placed on Mulvaney for simply dressing as a girl for less than a year, somehow allowing her to be the authority on women and speak for the female population.

Right away, Gaines expressed her frustration with Mulvaney using the term “girlhood” instead of “womanhood.”

“How troubling is that?” asked Gaines.

“When I first see this, my first initial thought is, is this not akin to blackface? The African American community would – and rightfully so – should be outraged if I put on makeup and came on here and identified as an African American, and created TikToks called ‘Days of Blackhood,'” Gaines said.

Gaines then put Mulvaney on blast, saying, “This is a man, a man with a fetish, who is gleefully putting together all the stereotypes of women like makeup and the outfits, and having breasts, and carrying around tampons, and having menstrual cycles, and all these things and using that to define what we are and what we stand for. Womanhood is not, and should not, be a mental disorder suffered by men.”

“It’s so demeaning,” continued Gaines. “We have women out here who have accomplished amazing things, women developing cancer studies and research and vaccines, things like that, but they’re not being recognized for what they’ve accomplished. Instead, we’re recognizing a man, who is claiming to be a woman and know womanhood better than what real women do.”

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