The liberals who are running many corporations claim their woke virtue signaling is simply attempts at “welcoming” everybody. Apparently, unless companies like Bud Light force radical views on gender down our throats, trannies won’t buy their disgusting beer.
We know the truth: liberals are using corporations to force Americans to accept their politics.
But it’s not working. Bud Light has lost $5 billion since it partnered with obnoxious trans personality Dylan Mulvaney. Unwilling to learn a thing, Nike quickly hired this man to sell… you guessed it, Nike clothing to women. Well, real women were in no way pleased. And they are speaking out.
A woman has called on others angered by Nike’s partnership with transgender TikToker Dylan Mulvaney to burn their bras from the company in an act of protest…
“All you real women out there, we are in the fight of all fights. Since the 1960s, we have been fighting for the right to be women,” she began.
“Nike, you should be ashamed of yourself. You chose a little boy with no breasts and some junk in his pants to represent real women. [Source: The Post Millennial]
'Burn Bra Challenge gains momentum on TikTok in calls to boycott Nike over Dylan Mulvaney ads.'
Good! Let's make Nike the next target.
Reminder, Nike also pays the notorious race-baiter Colin Kaepernick $ millions. pic.twitter.com/gEUtDXlsDC
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) April 12, 2023
Lol, wow! Is the woke mob going to cancel women for speaking their minds? If they do, it would be very anti-feminist of them, wouldn’t it? Nike decided to promote their line of women’s athletic clothing by hiring a man who claims to be a woman.
Why in the world did they think this was a good idea? Quickly women took to social media to call out the company–which has a long history of siding with the woke left over Americans. Women started one of the most appropriate boycotts imaginable.
They aren’t simply stopping their support of Nike clothing. They are burning their Nike bras in protest. It harkens back to the women’s liberation movement of the 60s and 70s, when women stood up against supposed forms of oppression back then.
How ironic is it that the party took women’s side back then is now championing men who are posing as women!
Hopefully, this protest will teach Nike and other “woke” companies a lesson. Women don’t have to buy clothing from this brand. There are literally hundreds of other clothing companies who make the same product. Oh, and they are not insulting women by parading a man around in women’s clothing.
Author: Kit Fargo