HRC Calls for Anheuser-Busch to Reaffirm Support for Trans Community

The Human Rights Campaign called on Anheuser-Busch, the company behind Bud Light, to publicly restate its support for the trans community after it pulled back from its catastrophic partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

Jay Brown, a senior vice president with the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, sent a letter to Anheuser-Busch’s head of human resources slamming the company’s response to the controversy as insufficient and cowardly.

“In this moment, it is absolutely critical for Anheuser-Busch to stand in solidarity with Dylan and the trans community,” reads the letter obtained by The Hill.

“However, when faced with anti-LGBTQ+ and transphobic criticism, Anheuser-Busch’s actions demonstrate a profound lack of fortitude in upholding its values of diversity, equity, and inclusion to employees, customers, shareholders and the LGBTQ+ community.”

“This not only lends credence to hate-filled rhetoric, it exposes Anheuser-Busch to long-term business impacts with employees and customers increasingly looking for steadfast commitment to LGBTQ+ corporate citizenships,” Brown wrote.

Anheuser-Busch CEO Brendan Whitworth previously said in a statement across the brand’s social media accounts, “We never intended to be part of a discussion that divides people. We are in the business of bringing people together over beer.”

Controversy Follows Mulvaney

Dylan Mulvaney, who was born a male, is a notorious transgender influencer with millions of followers across various social media platforms.

However, the creator finds herself hounded by controversy due to the abrasive and mocking tone to her posts.

She gained attention for her “365 Days of Girlhood” series in which she documented her gender transition, but many people feel her tone is intentionally stereotypically childish and mocks biological women.

Mulvaney addressed the Bud Light controversy for the first time, telling her followers she is “okay” despite the hate she’s received.

“I think it’s OK to be frustrated with someone or confused,” she said. “But what I’m struggling to understand is the need to dehumanize and to be cruel.”


  1. You can cut your body, take drugs but your dna is still what you were born with. God doesn’t make mistakes

  2. If you are using the word “she” to describe a man with a mental issue then you are part of the problem.

  3. Mulvaney Is just a joke to be made fun of, do you really think everyday people are going to support his childishness.
    He’s a joke, no more no less.

  4. Who here or anywhere else cares what HRC wants? Busch should be the very last people who listen to them. When someone loses you millions of dollars and your reputation you do not continue to kiss up to them. Not if you want your corporation to survive.

  5. Instead of glorifying these brain damaged people that think that they can be transformed into a different gender, these people should be institutionalized and have their mental illness treated not catered to which will just strengthen their delusion.

  6. When will ANB stop digging? What even made them think this was a wise move? A biological male will always be a biological male! End of!

  7. HRC, will you compensate Busch for sales losses and investors for the devaluation of the company? And what the hell does your position have to do with actual human rights? It is not a human right to be paid to make an ass of yourself.

  8. Males and Females in the human race are defined by their sex at birth . If you deny your sex at birth in spite of the obvious evidence….by denying human sex evidence can you still say you are a human? Do such people in reality become question marks? Can HRC actualy demand that “Question Marks” be called human when their sex is being denied placing themselves outside of what they were biologicaly born as.?

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