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Ex-Transgender Influencer Oli London Criticizes Corporate Support of Transgender Ideology

British social media influencer and detransition activist Oli London has claimed that corporations like Bud Light and Target are losing billions due to their promotion of what he calls a “gender agenda.” London, who once identified as a transgender woman and has since detransitioned, believes that this corporate trend is both harmful to society and offensive to consumers.

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Having gone through a personal journey within the gender movement before becoming disillusioned, London has taken to speaking out against what he sees as a pushy transgender ideology to his over 2 million followers. He suggests that corporations are driving consumers away by aggressively promoting this agenda.

He specifically cited Bud Light’s collaboration with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, claiming that Anheuser-Busch, the parent company of Bud Light, lost $27 billion in market value after their social media campaign in April. London argues that such a campaign went against the brand’s traditionally masculine image and alienated its core customer base.

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London further critiqued the push for trans acceptance as akin to “conversion therapy.” He expressed concern over the cover feature of transgender singer Kim Petras in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, a magazine predominantly targeted at heterosexual men.

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The influencer also stated that the societal backlash against companies promoting trans ideology is due in part to the push for normalization of trans identities among children. For example, Target’s market value fell by $15 billion after it introduced a transgender-inclusive swimsuit line and LGBTQ Pride products aimed at children.

London believes that the trend of identifying as transgender is primarily fueled by social media platforms like TikTok, where young individuals receive positive reinforcement for identifying as the opposite gender. He expressed concern over the potential harm caused by giving platforms to influencers like Mulvaney, whom he accuses of mocking women and trans people for fame.

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