brand partnered with Dylan Mulvaney and sent her a personalized beer can to celebrate the one-year anniversary of her announcement that she was transitioning.Transgender rights has emerged as a contentious political issue in the United States, with Republicans introducing laws across the country to stop transgender athletes from competing in women's sports and ban gender-affirming care for children.On Saturday, Greene posted a photograph of shopping in the trunk of a car, including a 24-pack of Coors Light.She wrote: "I would have bought the king of beers, but it changed it's gender to the queen of beers.
So it's made to chill from here on out."I would have bought the king of beers, but it changed it’s gender to the queen of beers.
So it’s made to chill from here on out. pic.twitter.com/QNC5j8qtKIBud Light, originally known as Budweiser Light, is produced by the same company as Budweiser, which markets itself as the "king of beers."However other social media users shot back, pointing out that Coors Light has been a longstanding supporter of the LGBTQ+ community, sponsoring a number of events and organizations.Fred Wellman, host of the 'On Democracy' podcast, replied with a screenshot discussing Coors Light's sponsorship of Denver PrideFest and the Center on Colfax, an LGBTQ+ institution in the Colorado state capital.
He added: "Your hate is only topped by your ignorance."Your hate is only topped by your ignorance. pic.twitter.com/5JnPbC7W65Another Twitter user responded with a 'Coors Light: Refreshingly Proud' poster, celebrating the brand's involvement with the LGBTQ+ community.It reads: "Coors Light proudly supports national LGBT organizations, including the Matthew Shepard Foundation, Trans Tech, National Gay and.