Dylan Mulvaney Says Thousands Hate Him and He Is Struggling to Sleep in Aftermath of Bud Light Backlash

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Dylan Mulvaney, the transgender clout-chaser who’s killed Bud Light sales, would like you to know that he’s losing sleep over the fact he’s gotten the wrong sort of press for once.

In an appearance on the “Dear Schuyler” podcast earlier this week, titled “How do you find joy in the midst of hate?”, Mulvaney also said he had “grace” for his critics, hateful wretches though they may be.

The host was Schuyler Bailar, the first transgender athlete to compete on a NCAA Division I men’s team, so you can tell how this is going to skew. In a segment played before the interview, she said she was “really excited about this despite all of the transphobia, hatred, and barrage of negativity that Dylan has had to interface with.”

The conversation, Bailar said, was intended to “help shed some light on what it’s like to deal with these kinds of comments regularly, how we hold on to ourselves, our truths and our joy throughout all the transphobia and hate.”

Now, one doesn’t necessarily wish poor sleep or hatred on Mulvaney, Bailar or any other individual, but if you enter the political arena, you’re going to end up with a few people who are angry with you. It’s worth noting, too, that most people have taken this out on Bud Light, not Dylan; most of us would have never heard of him were it not for a tin-eared DEI-tastic social media ad campaign, which was basically a bunch of marketing execs waving a certain finger in front of the brand’s traditional drinkers. The brand’s drinkers and other Middle Americans waved that finger right back at them and, well, here we are.

But to hear Mulvaney tell it, this is all about him.

“I remember, like, even in college — this was just a few years ago — like, if one person potentially didn’t like me, it would keep me up at night,” Mulvaney said. “I was like, ‘Oh God, how do I fix this?’ And now there are hundreds of thousands of people that do not like me, and I still sometimes can’t sleep.

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