We’ve officially gone from condemning cross-dressing and recognizing gender dysphoria as a mental illness to tolerating trans persons for "inclusivity," to accepting them as legitimate members of the opposite sex, to venerating militant trans activists as heroes and ordering the rest of society to conform, to now bowing before them as leaders.
Hollywood actress Drew Barrymore hit a new low – literally – Monday when she got down on her knees in front of transgender TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney during a segment on The Drew Barrymore Show commemorating Mulvaney’s one-year anniversary of publicly masquerading as a woman.
“Do you want to know, ironically, who dislikes me the most sometimes? Myself,” Barrymore told Mulvaney, who had just described his struggle with getting people to accept him as a woman (despite his not being one).
“Oh, me too,” Mulvaney answered before pulling Barrymore into a hug to the delight of the applauding audience.
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The pair then made a show of sitting on the floor and talking about how to deal with online “hate” from critics who don’t affirm Mulvaney making an outright mockery of women by parading around like a valley girl stereotype. And it might have been one of the most cringeworthy moments on television to date, which is saying something. Get ready for some secondhand embarassment.
Drew Barrymore has been an embarrassment for years.— Savanah Hernandez (@sav_says_) March 14, 2023
Now she’s kneeling to the man that is making a mockery of the entire female gender. Incredible. pic.twitter.com/n8wbJCHT7f
Mulvaney, a biological male who was completely unknown before "coming out" as a woman a year ago, has since garnered fame and fortune, raked in millions of social media views, landed spots as a spokesperson for multiple companies including the major beauty brand Ulta, and even met with President Joe Biden at the White House to push for mutilation procedures for gender-confused children, all thanks to notoriety he gained by documenting his "days of girlhood" on social media in which he prances around in dresses and heels like a Disney princess caricature.
Apparently, slapping a pile of makeup on mental illness is all it takes to be a hero among the left these days.