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18,810 Days

That's the number of days - as of the date of this post - I've been here on this earth. It encompasses the number of days I grew from infancy, through girlhood, to womanhood. Why I, or anyone, should or would care to know this normally useless bit of information is probably beyond you. And normally, you'd be justified in not caring. Hell, it wasn't important for me to know before now, either.

However, in light of a certain public figure - a biological male figure - getting praise, paid endorsements and sponsorships from national brands, and a ton of attention for his "transition" to "girlhood," and documenting his "365 Days of Girlhood" I thought us biological females should give it a try, too. I mean, we've been doing this female thing for, well, our entire lives, so we should get the same deal. Right?! Apparently not, though.

Apparently, it takes a biological male to tell the world what it's like to be a girl... even though he is an adult...biological...male. Exciting news though, ladies (biological ones): it turns out being a girl is super easy. According to this "new girl" all we do is cry a lot, giggle, prance around in skimpy, impractical clothing, shop & spend beyond of our means, play with makeup, and generally contribute nothing of value to society. Y'all, we've been doing it all wrong.

Snark aside, let's take a serious moment and talk about what is really going on here and what being a female is really about. Let's start with this caricature of a woman, Dylan Mulvaney. He is the Left's "It Girl" for the moment & while he's not the first or the only one out there capitalizing on mental illness and societal trends, he's certainly making the most money from it.

The truth is, Dylan's antics - because that's all they are - are alone worthy of little more than an eye roll. He was an unsuccessful male actor who saw an opportunity and grabbed it. The "right" people saw him at the "right" time and ran with it. Regardless, it appears that, when he did his character research, he typed in something along the lines of, "How To Act Like A Stereotypical Girl" for his portrayal of femininity and then used Barbie, Elle Woods (Legally Blonde), and Cher (Clueless) as mannerism guides.

I love those characters I mentioned above, but not for their surface airheadedness (which I also found entertaining, sorry, not sorry). I loved them for the subtext Dylan missed, despite it's obviousness. Those characters - while far from the only role model examples - are smart, determined, strong, confident and assertive, and feminine. They are portrayals of the seemingly contradictory facets of women. They are not the worst thing out there for us. However, mockers like Dylan Mulvaney arguably are.

I actually feel bad for future Dylan, because when his 15 minutes of fame end & the Left moves on to their next It Girl, he will be left behind without a thought or care. And for someone whose entire identity and feelings of self-worth revolve around attention and fame seeking, this will be devastating, Whether Dylan is dealing with body dysphoria or some other mental illness, he is still a human worthy of compassion and help, and I hope he gets it.

As for his interpretation of "girlhood" - which is yet another sick and bizarre fixation from the Left of fetishizing children - it is outright offensive. It is a blatant, intentional mockery of what it is to be female. And it's highly ironic that the very same women who marched and protested in the name of feminism, are the ones applauding this garbage.

This is not to say the caricature doesn't have any merit at all. Trust me, we are all in on the joke and can laugh at it, too... when it's in good fun. I, like nearly all women, can laugh at myself and the things that are inherently part of being female. Yes, we are more expressively emotional. Many of us do love shopping (not me) and looking as attractive as we can. I can and do laugh when I say/do something ditzy.

But to ignore - and in the case of the Left, attempt to erase - everything else about being a biological female, is unacceptable. I'm proud and grateful for all the things that make me a woman. This female body was created by God to serve the greatest purpose of all. It has carried, birthed, and nursed children. I am not a "birthing person" or a "chest feeder," I am a mother who breastfed her children.

We, biological women, withstand and tolerate measures of pain and discomfort that biological men cannot fathom. That's what we were designed to do. Our collective experiences as women cannot be understood by biological men. Not by any failing on their part, but by nature of design. We do the things man cannot, and vice versa. We are different, and different is good.

For those under the opinion that Dylan is no big deal & we should just ignore the whole thing until it passes: respectfully, you are wrong. While Dylan alone is of little consequence, he is a representation of an agenda for more powerful and influential people who are quite literally evil.

The agenda, in part, is to devalue women and not only mutilate, but chemically castrate children for the sake of population control & financial gain. How? Well, the sad reality is these "transitioned" people are and will suffer with clinical depression, suicidal thoughts, and a myriad of mental health issues to which they will "need" medication and lifelong therapy for. What could be more perfect for those exploiting them?

Lastly, I believe strongly in being as good a Christian as I can. That means hating the sin, not the sinner (remember, we are all sinners). The transgender community is filled with misled and emotionally abused humans. Understanding that they abhor what they see in the mirror, and the people who are supposed to take care of them and protect them say, "You're right. There is something wrong with you and you should change everything about yourself," instead of helping them love the way God made them, is wrong and heartbreaking. Reserve your contempt and disgust for them, not the Dylans of the world.


Lifelong Patriot & longtime Police Wife, Elsa Kurt has channeled her fierce love and passion for defending the defenders as the creator, Executive Producer & Host of the Elsa Kurt Show , correspondent and media personality for Right America Media & Law Enforcement Today. Her book, Welcome to the Family (Life Behind the Thin Blue Line) has been called the “must have survival guide for new LEO spouses.”

The vocal LEOF advocate is also a multi-genre author who has penned over 25 books, including twelve contemporary women’s novels. Her fiction stories explore the complex and relatable experiences of everyday life – the love & laughter, the heartbreak & sorrow, and everything in between. She finds the extraordinary in ordinary lives and puts you in the front seat of every story. Elsa has also written several children’s books, all with themes of encouragement, empowerment & uplifting messaging.

In 2022, Elsa launched The Writer’s Tribe Talk Show, an audio & video podcast for authors & a line of author merchandise in her Writer’s Tribe Store with clothing and more for authors & aspiring authors. Elsa also created three lines of apparel, accessories, & home decor: EKS Store with show & first responder merchandise, iGoodhuman, and Very Sweary Stuff.

As of 2022, she is the current Vice President of the Connecticut Authors & Publishers Association. Elsa has also embraced the fun and entertaining world of Tik Tok as theotherelsa.

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