A transgender influencer has once again promoted Nike’s women’s sportswear, including the Zenvy leggings and Alate sports bra, but conservative voices are speaking out against this blatant attempt to push the radical transgender agenda. Conservatives are calling for boycotts of Nike and other corporations that promote such woke advertising stunts.
So now we’re stuck with Tran Affirmative Action
Companies like Nike and Anheuser-Busch use trans star Dylan Mulvaney to push products, increasing their 'Corporate Equality Index' scores with influential LGBTQ lobbying group https://t.co/f4ZJZswHCi
— Ghosted Hippie 👻 She told you so (@GhostedHippie) April 8, 2023
But why are big brands like Nike so desperate to work with these radical influencers like Dylan Mulvaney? Many of these companies are trying to increase their Corporate Equality Index score, a ranking overseen by a major LGBT+ lobbying group, the Human Rights Campaign. These companies are judged based on four criteria, which include “Corporate Social Responsibility and Responsible Citizenship” – criteria which have nothing to do with making quality sportswear for women.
Nike is the latest major brand to attack real women by hiring Dylan Mulvaney to advertise their products. No sane person should give them money after this. If we won’t demand companies stop mocking our wives and daughters then we’re weaker than I thought and deserve what we get. pic.twitter.com/j2qUQ5c3qN
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) April 5, 2023
#BoycottOlay Why is Dylan Mulvaney now the face of so many major corporations all of a sudden?
Let me explain:
• Fortune 500 Companies have the CEI Index- Corporate Equality Index- which pushes companies to go woke and push trans models in order to improve their CEI score.… pic.twitter.com/ph9pTuWg90
— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) April 10, 2023
And it’s not just the Human Rights Campaign that these companies are trying to please – businesses are also worried about losing the support of major investors in the ESG movement, including Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, one of the top shareholders in major companies like Nike and Anheuser-Busch.
In 2018, Fink sent a letter to top CEOs titled “A Sense of Purpose”, which threatened to demote those who didn’t fall in line with his “social purpose” vision. Companies are now under intense pressure to show how they are making a positive contribution to society, regardless of whether they are actually making quality sportswear.
The fact that Mulvaney is transgender and promoted heavily by TikTok only adds to the interest from these corporations, who are trying to normalize transitioning and take advantage of his extensive reach. But conservatives won’t stand for it – we will continue to fight against these attempts to push the radical transgender agenda onto society.