Caitlyn Jenner – A Transgender Transphobe

Dylan Mulvaney is a TikTok star with more than 9 million followers and is best known for her vlog-style series “Days of Girlhood” where she talks about the highs and lows of transitioning. So far her followers—myself included—have stayed with Mulvaney for 240 days of her public transition and have a front-row seat to all the ups and downs of Mulvaney finding her true self.
Recently, Mulvaney has spoken to President Joe Biden about the trans community, which has given her a lot more publicity than ever before. She asked him questions about the issue regarding hatred for the trans community, all while trying to represent her community the best she possibly can. On Day 222 of being a girl, Mulvaney stated, “I’m ready to step up and show that trans people aren’t going anywhere, and that trans kids…they deserve a fighting chance to be their true selves.” Her followers can see how much she’s grown in less than a year because she seems stronger and more confident than ever.
However, Mulvaney has recently been unfairly treated by none other than Caitlyn Jenner. Jenner is also a trans woman, who transitioned in 2015 and even had her own reality television show which focused on her transition. After Mulvaney posted a video addressing an issue about people staring at her inappropriately in public, the video was then discovered by Tennessee senator Marsha Blackburn, who decided to speak against Mulvaney and the president for “wanting to make this absurdity normal.”
That’s where Jenner comes in. Her response on Twitter not only used incorrect pronouns when speaking about Mulvaney, but also voiced Jenner’s sentiment that she doesn’t support Mulvaney at all. Which we all know makes absolutely no sense. Jenner was then bombarded with people defending Mulvaney and speaking about how much of a hypocrite Jenner is.
Mulvaney then posted a TikTok which now has over 21.6 million views and is 6 minutes long. She started with, “We are two of the most privileged trans women in America at the moment, and with that comes a lot of responsibility. And although we have very different views on most things, a few days ago I probably would have been willing to sit down with you and try to connect with you in some way because I automatically have a lot of respect for you as a fellow trans woman. But then you decided to ridicule me very publicly.” Mulvaney went on to address the fact that she made Days of Girlhood because she wanted people to see how difficult the transition can be for trans people and how it was made for everyone to feel more included. However, Jenner is now seen as selfish and hypocritical because she is also a trans woman, so why would she ridicule another person for getting comfortable with who she is? Mulvaney finished the video by saying that she doesn’t want any harm to come to Jenner, even though she’s caused so much new negativity to sprout in Mulvaney’s life.

“You were Woman of the Year! This is not Woman of the Year behavior.” – Dylan Mulvaney