You’ve probably heard the name Dylan Mulvaney by now. Mulvaney, who identifies as a transwoman, is the new poster child for Bud Light beer.
I don’t drink, so my support for the company was never there to begin with, but according to the “New York Post,” Bud Light’s parent company, Anheuser-Busch, recently lost $5 billion in value after announcing its partnership with Mulvaney.
This should come as no surprise. The good thing is that the blatant transgender attack on women is finally getting the attention it deserves, and the rest of the world is realizing that it is completely unacceptable. It is sad, however, that it took putting a man dressed up as a woman on a beer can to do it.
The issue is clear: women can’t be men and men can’t be women. We are what God created us to be. There are no mistakes.
"For you formed my inward parts;
you knitted me together in my mother's womb.
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Wonderful are your works;
my soul knows it very well."
— Psalm 139:13-14
God created women for a purpose and the beauty of femininity is meant to compliment the opposite sex. Femininity is a trait celebrated throughout history for its grace, elegance, and beauty. It encompasses many different aspects, including physical appearance, personality, behavior, and more. The beauty of femininity lies in its ability to radiate strength, compassion, and love.
Women are known for their emotional intelligence, empathy, and intuition, enabling them to connect with others on a deeper level. They have an innate ability to love and nurture, showing a compassion and empathy which creates a safe environment for others.
Femininity is also characterized by grace and poise. Women have a natural elegance that comes from their confidence and self-assurance. They are comfortable in their own skin and are unafraid to express themselves. This confidence is infectious and inspires others to be their best selves.
Femininity brings balance to life, creating a counterpoint to the strength, assertiveness, and competition characteristics of masculinity. Both qualities are important, and when we embrace both femininity and masculinity, we create a more balanced and harmonious society.
I recently heard someone mention that if you were to attend a formal event, all the men would look the same. They would all be dressed in black tuxedos, nothing more, nothing less. The women however would all look distinctly different, dressed in different colors of dresses, a beautiful compliment or adornment to their spouses. This is a perfect example of what things are supposed to look like. Men, simple in dress but strong in their ability to protect, provide, and purify. Women, filled with grace, beauty, compassion, and love. We miss a lot when we try to make both sexes the same without distinction between men and women.
Unfortunately, our world is filled with darkness, confusion, weak stomachs, and a lack of backbone. We must stand up and be honest with ourselves and with everyone around us. We can’t hide behind complacency or the idea that not saying anything is being a peacemaker.
Truth spoken through love goes a long way. If we continue to stay silent and walk on eggshells to prevent hurt feelings, we are not only ignoring the scriptures given to us, but we are hurting the individuals living in a world of doubt and confusion brought on by evil.
Creating a huge loss for the company mentioned above is great, but that needs to happen across the board. Don’t just boycott one, boycott them all. The less we feed into the left’s woke agenda, the more it will begin to dismantle itself.
So normalize the simple sophisticated beauty of a woman and honor it. Normalize the nuclear family and be proud of it. Normalize the blessings of a stay-at-home mom raising her children to think for themselves. Normalize the leadership of a man and father and don’t continue to confuse it with something negative. We need strong men to lead and protect what this world is trying to damage and destroy.
No one would be here on this earth without God and a man and a woman. If we forget those facts, we will be forgotten ourselves.
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