Dylan Mulvaney Is Now Looking to Speak at Your Kid's School After Bud Light Debacle

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One of the most exciting opportunities in years to meet a historical figure and piece of history together is gearing up for the upcoming 2023/24 school year, and it involves Dylan Mulvaney and Hunter Biden’s laptop on tour together this fall.


Ok, the line about Hunter’s laptop is just a joke, but the rest of this story is not, even though you would think it might be. Believe it or not, the story is right here

Transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney is currently looking for work, announcing on social media that the influencer is available for bookings.

The activist, a biological man who identifies as a woman, shared the news on Instagram in a post that stated Mulvaney is “booking speaking opportunities for the upcoming 23/24 school year.” Mulvaney’s post comes after the activist has received pushback from conservatives on social media, with many conservatives speaking out against a partnership Mulvaney did with Bud Light earlier this year.

“I am booking speaking opportunities for the upcoming 23/24 school year and would love to come visit,” Mulvaney’s post read.

Dylan Mulvaney is looking to work in colleges and universities as a public speaker.

The trans influencer posted an advertisement for his speaking services on his Instagram story.

“I am booking speaking opportunities for the upcoming 23/24 school year and would love to come visit.”


Now maybe you might not exactly know who this Dylan person is and the absolute wreck of a campaign that occurred with Bud Light earlier this year. Here is a refresher from the one and only Joe Rogan, who commented on the Bud Light sales loss and Mulvaney’s response to it…

Bud Light continues to suffer the consequences of dipping its toe into the culture wars. The beer giant has lost billions of dollars in potential sales in the months following its partnership with controversial transgender “influencer” Dylan Mulvaney.

Mulvaney finally responded last Thursday, suggesting that he was the victim in the saga.

“For a company to hire a trans person and then not publicly stand by them is worse than not hiring a trans person at all,” Mulvaney, 26, said in the clip.

“And I was scared, and I was scared of more backlash, and I felt personally guilty for what transpired, so I patiently waited for things to get better,” Mulvaney added. “But surprise, they didn’t. And I was waiting for the brand to reach out to me, but they never did.”

That set up the response from Rogan, who said this on his wildly popular show while talking to Ice Cube…

Joe Rogan once again took a shot at Dylan Mulvaney, calling the trans influencer “mentally ill” and an “attention whore” after the social media star broke her silence about the Bud Light boycott.

Rogan made the comment during Thursday’s episode of the Spotify podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience,” which featured an interview with rapper-actor Ice Cube.

The two-and-a-half-hour conversation between Rogan and Ice Cube eventually touched on the Bud Light controversy.

“The only time [capital] respects opinions is when people boycott s–t and it works like this Bud Light thing, and now people are like, ‘Don’t do that again,’” Rogan said, alluding to the steep drop in sales of the brand since Mulvaney started touting the beer on her social media accounts on April 1.


Wonder what Ice Cube and his friends back at the barbershop would think of this whole publicity stunt?

Anheuser-Busch and Bud Light have taken a huge hit with their pairing with Mulvaney, and it looks as though they have not reached the bottom yet from that fateful decision. That has not stopped other companies from saddling up with Dylan and taking their chances of not being sunk with a consumer boycott.

Yet the train is still chugging, seeing as Mulvaney wants to be paid (allegedly up to $25,000 an appearance, according to a later tweet) to go and speak at college campuses, and this has been a little bit of a head-scratcher for me. Dylan allegedly left the country for a bit due to safety concerns. Now Mulvaney is putting it out there that if you’re willing to pay money for an appearance on a school campus, it can be arranged.

However, I’m all for capitalism and people making whatever the free market decides their appearance worth is, and I have what I believe would be a great idea to maximize the value while the controversy is still hot. The only logical thing to do is to set up a college campus tour with Ben Shapiro and Dylan Mulvaney to speak to what would assuredly be packed auditoriums across the fruited plain.

Shapiro is a veteran of doing college campus tours with question and answer sessions, and he would be a great resource for Dylan to learn from a veteran of the circuit while trying to maximize the value of the limited shelf life of the Bud Light controversy. Can you imagine the ticket prices for this tour? I have no doubt they would rival or surpass Taylor Swift tickets and that people would be lined up for weeks to purchase them.


You know it’s true, being this is the NEW AMERICA.

So keep an eye out this fall and next winter for the Dylan Mulvaney tour to come and speak in a town near you about how to utterly confuse people on a subject that for millennia was never questioned. My head hurts just thinking about this in the smallest terms possible.

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