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Drew Barrymore Puts American Women Back In Their Proper Place At The Feet Of A Man
Because 'trans' is a male rights movement
Because her talent has never lived up to her birthright as Hollywood royalty, actress Drew Barrymore was perfect in the role of Dylan Mulvaney’s support human, passing the baton to a new generation of self-made gender royalty.
Wearing trousers and a suit coat, Barrymore knelt before the male influencer as the supplicant, “queering” the visual tableau of a submissive female stoking a man’s ego. Even the set background of Barrymore’s show, evoking the Mad Men aesthetic of a corporate office, was perfect. The patriarchy has been restored to us, ladies. Rejoice.
Mulvaney told Barrymore that he has learned a lot from transgender actor Laverne Cox. For one thing, Cox advised him to “keep some things private for yourself,” by which he means his penis.
Mulvaney, an intact male, has endured plastic surgeries and probably relentless dieting in order to mimic his autogynephilic target, Audrey Hepburn. Mulvaney has made the comparison explicit in his own photography.
However, he remains intact “down there,” as Mulvaney would say, therefore his “Barbie wand” is unmentionable. Acknowledging his male body is hate speech. Abracadabra, questions about his penis are transphobia.
Especially if ladies find him in the bathroom, handing out tampons. He just wants to help you ladies with your periods, what is wrong with you?
Barrymore asked Mulvaney whether he had learned this advice from Cox as “wisdom.” Mulvaney’s mind immediately turned to children, noting that a “younger demographic” dominates his TikTok followers.
He is just thinking of them, really. Projecting his adult male paraphilia onto children, Mulvaney only wonders “what would I want to hear?”
If he had been aware of his future, fetish-addled self, Dylan Mylvaney would have wanted to hear “you go, girl” from someone like Drew Barrymore. Becasue that would make him so happy. Why it would just give him the biggest, most powerful euphoria boner ever.
Everyone who benefits from the schema of “transgender” is either male or a “man.” We ought to recognize a male privilege movement when we see one, but lipstick and pronouns are magic, apparently, for they can turn avowed feminists into simpering, obsequious handmaidens.
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