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No, you can’t be a woman. You never will be.

Author: Jordan G Estabrook

I’ve been saying for years that transgenderism is the direct enemy of modern feminism. To hold both beliefs are blatantly contradictory, inconsistent and illogical. You can’t say women are unique and special while claiming anyone can be a woman.

Beauty brands have desperately tried to hold both, and they may be losing their grip.

Ulta Beauty recently released a podcast episode called “The Beauty of Girlhood” with gender fluid hair stylist David Lopez interviewing Dylan Mulvaney, a man who claims to be transitioning into a girl.

Key word here is “girl.” Since he’s just now transitioned to being female, Mulvaney makes the case that he’s not yet a woman and that he must be a girl first before maturing further. That’s the essential point, at least.

He has made several Tik Tok videos chronicling his journey, speaking at a Forbes women conference and sitting down with President Joe Biden.

“I can find love, I know I can still be a performer, I know I can have a family,” said Mulvaney during the podcast. “I wanna be a mom one day, and I absolutely can.”

Any sane society would look at two grown men dressed up as women seriously discussing womanhood as an absurd and insulting twist of reality; a sick attempt to erase the unique qualities, struggles and abilities of women.

In a sane society, I wouldn’t have to write an article explaining why. We would already know.

An argument could be made that we still do know. Many people are just too scared to say so in fear of being labeled transphobic or hateful. Some genuinely believe that sex is malleable in favor of a more accepting and relativistic society.

However, this one seemed to get backlash. Some feminists and many conversatives alike saw the attempt of women’s erasure as insulting, flooding Ulta with negative comments, which seemingly led to them disabling them on their video.

The response reveals an unchangeable truth: reality wrecks relativistic reasoning. Men are men. Women are women. Biological reality is unchangeable.

So no, Dylan. It doesn’t matter how much makeup you wear, how many dresses you have or how many bows you buy. You can’t be a woman. You can’t be a mother, no matter how hard you try.

On this path, you’ll always be a shallow, stereotypical impersonation of a woman. Your costume will never scratch the surface of the role and abilities of a woman, wife and mother.

You’ll never have to struggle through the emotions of reproductive issues as I and many other women do.

You’ll never have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) as I and five million other American women have.

You’ll never experience the physical and emotional pain of endometriosis that six and half million American women suffer from.

You’ll never know what it’s like to chase a toddler while nine months pregnant.

You’ll never know the joys of motherhood.

It’s impossible.

You’re not showing the beauty of girlhood. Your version of girlhood is like comparing a two-year-old’s scribbles to Picasso. You’re a cheap, creepy remake of the real thing. You’re a knock off of the knock off Walmart brand.

Women have had enough. Conservatives say they don’t get offended, but maybe we should change that. We should feel insulted. Not just conservatives, but any self-respecting woman.

Mulvaney does represent something, and it’s important to note. He represents a movement to destroy biological differences, familial structures and western society. He represents what happens when you glorify mental illness and make it the gold standard for receiving attention and praise.

This podcast episode is an accumulation of years of the left’s handy work. You do it by erasing women and pushing down true masculinity and refusing to address mental illness in the name of acceptance.

Dylan Mulvaney wouldn’t have to imitate or be a knock off of a man. He already is one. He could be a good man. I’ve heard him sing, and he has a beautiful voice. God made him wonderfully and purposefully with many talents. Maybe he’s pretending to be a woman as a grift, because he has mental illness, or a little bit of both. I don’t know, but regardless of intent, the effect is damaging to the many children and teenagers, who are insecure and/or mentally ill, making irreversible changes because of an absurd, widespread delusion.

So no, men can’t be women, no matter how much lipstick they wear. And that’s a fact.

Resident Skeptics always uses biological pronouns in any written material. The views expressed in this article are the author’s and do not necessarily represent those of Resident Skeptics.

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