Kari Lake is calling on her fellow Republicans to remain active in the "culture war" following a new Hershey's ad that features a transgender woman.In celebration of Women's History Month and International Women's Day in Canada, Hershey's relaunched its Hershey's SHE bars campaign, which has different female activists on special-edition chocolate bar wrappers.The new advertisement shows Fae Johnstone, a Canadian trans woman and LGBTQ+ activist.The Kari Lake War Room account on Twitter said the GOP "cannot afford to sit out the culture war" in a direct response to the Hershey's ad."Things will not simply return back to normal because we want them to be," she wrote in the tweet. "We must be active combatants in the political arena."Lake added that if Republicans "can't defend the reality of basic biology," they "might as well take our ball [and] go home."Republicans cannot afford to sit out the culture war.Things will not simply return back to normal because we want them to be.We must be active combatants in the political arena.And if we can't defend the reality of basic biology.
We might as well take our ball & go home. https://t.co/DoAMPqFv3kTo celebrate the "Her for She" campaign for International Women's Day in Canada, Hershey's is featuring several female activists and entrepreneurs and is calling on people to "celebrate the women changing the future" in their community."We still have a long way to go in the fight to end misogyny, patriarchy and gender-based violence," Johnstone said in a tweet. "I hope this campaign helps give more young women and girls role models and possibility models.
And shows them how we can... change the world, together."It also means a lot to be included, as a young(ish?) trans woman. I grew.