Tampax and Bud Light’s partnerships with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney have set the internet ablaze with backlash — and now another company is joining in on the fun. Honey Birdette, a lingerie company for women, recently used a transgender woman to model lingerie.
And Bri Teresi is fighting back.
The model and social media influencer shared a video of herself shooting a table covered in Bud Light cans and Tampax tampons in front of Honey Birdette lingerie.
In the video, Teresi shouts, “Go woke, go broke.”
BlazeTV host Chad Prather invited her to his show to discuss why she felt the need to stand up against these woke companies.
“I know you have a lot of voices coming at you, and you’re a woman who has the backbone to stand against that,” Prather says. “How hard is this pressure coming at you to basically encourage you to cave?”
Teresi says no matter how much pressure she faces, she’s not budging.
“I’m ready to stand up and fight for Americans because people need young men, young women to do what’s right, because at the end of the day, they’re attacking Gen Z. They’re not really attacking me or you — they’re attacking the younger populations,” because the woke agenda wants children to think “getting rid of gender” is the norm.
“I’ll tell you, you’re right,” Prather says.
“They’re after Gen Z. They’re after the next generation. Because if they can corrupt the minds of the younger among us, then the next generations — it’s downhill from there,” he continues.
“I think you’re doing a great thing,” he says.
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