Dylan Mulvaney of "parodying women" in a way that "makes blackface appear loving."Peterson shared his take on the transgender influencer on Twitter, responding to a social media user who was defending Mulvaney after she was involved in an incident that sparked the Bud Light boycott.In early April, Mulvaney shared news with her followers that Bud Light had sent her a personalized can to help her celebrate 365 days of being a woman.
This brief collaboration caused a backlash that's still being felt by Bud Light and its parent company, Anheuser-Busch InBev, over two months later."Dylan has been harassed and bullied for simply existing," medical doctor Eric Burnett wrote online, in response to someone's tweet, which has since been deleted.
Psychologist Peterson took issue with Dr. Burnett's assessment."For simply existing?" Peterson replied on Monday. "How about 'for parodying women in a manner that makes blackface appear loving'?
How about for 'taking narcissistic exhibitionism to a new high'?"It's the second time in the past few days that Peterson has gotten involved in the drama revolving around Mulvaney and Bud Light.