Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) lashed out at “Madison Avenue ad agencies” this weekend after finding out that trans TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney may have gotten an ad deal with Tampax.
“Madison Avenue ad agencies and woke corporations are destroying the concept of womanhood,” Greene wrote. “They need to remember who their customers are. Real biological women.”
“And we refuse to be replaced by men.”
Madison Avenue ad agencies and woke corporations are destroying the concept of womanhood.
They need to remember who their customers are.
Real biological women.
And we refuse to be replaced by men. https://t.co/zLdYIHd218
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) November 6, 2022
Greene linked an op-ed piece from the far-right website Human Events. In the piece, writer Sara Higdon misgenders Mulvaney and calls her “sexist” for using slang words to refer to genitalia.
Higdon goes after Tampax for buying ads on Mulvaney’s channel, a decision that makes sense as even a cursory glance at Mulvaney’s comments section shows that a large part of her fanbase is made up of women.
Higdon also attacks the makeup brand Ulta Beauty for including an interview with Mulvaney in its podcast series, as if trans women can’t use makeup.
On Twitter, people criticized Greene for being angry about a trans woman selling makeup.
Real women support all types of women. Any size, race, religion or sexuality.
— CAMPBIZZLE (@happycrazytown) November 6, 2022
You literally favor men making the decisions on what a woman can do with her uterus.
— TheHandsomeRandall (@HandsomeRandall) November 6, 2022
Women want a party who won’t vote to take away her rights – unlike your party who has vowed to do
— Christine Galea (@chrisgalea) November 6, 2022
You don't speak for me ! I'm perfectly fine with it. What I'm not fine with is you cherry-picking the Bible all day. How's your marriage going..
— Christine 💙 (@Cbrucell752) November 6, 2022
For someone who claims to be a Christian, you sure spout an awful lots of hatred. pic.twitter.com/bHf8Q2CcUt
— Nancy Harless (@NancyHarless12) November 6, 2022
I'm pretty sure you're not anyones target market.
— BM (@BrentM246) November 6, 2022
What men or women chose to do with their body is none of your business NONE.
— MAGA = MEGA LIES (@PattiR57167178) November 6, 2022
I thought ad agencies target people wa to g to buy their products, which likely includes people of many identities.
— Fat O's Fan (@JamesKrebs) November 6, 2022
Marge really no men want to replace women Out of a string of ridiculous things you said that might be right up there at the top that being said it appears a lot of people want to replace you with someone who will actually represent all Americans
— Rod Teel (@RodTeel1) November 7, 2022