The trans TikTok star who pushed for ‘gender-affirming’ healthcare in a panel with President Joe Biden only started transitioning in March and has not yet had full reassignment surgery.

Dylan Mulvaney, 25, has gained a massive following on TikTok as she documents her transition to a transgender female — originally identifying as ‘nonbinary’ but affirming to her 8.3 million followers in March that she is a girl. She is planning to get gender reassignment surgery in December.

With her massive following, reported, Mulvaney was able to meet with the President of the United States on Friday as part of a panel of six progressive activists for NowThis News.

During the panel, a video of which aired on Sunday, the president vowed to protect ‘gender-affirming care,’ saying he does not believe any state should have the right to pass laws limiting access to transgender treatments.

‘As a moral question and as a legal question, I just think it’s wrong,’ Biden said. 

But Mulvaney has previously faced controversy after many called for a boycott of Ulta Beauty, which hosted her on their ‘The Beauty of …’ podcast on October 13.

She said in the video she hopes to one day ‘become a mom’ as she discussed things she thought were now available to her as a trans woman.

As a result, Mulvaney was soon accused by some feminists of play-acting the parts of being a woman she enjoys, while ignoring the misogyny faced by females on a day-to-day basis.

TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney, who is documenting the transition from male to female on the app, was one of the six progressive panelists to speak with President Joe Biden on Friday. The segment aired Sunday 

Biden said during the panel discussion on NowThis News that he doesn’t think states should have the right to regulate gender-affirming surgeries or treatments

Mulvaney first joined TikTok back in 2020 after a stint playing Elder White in the  Book of Mormon on Broadway.

In their first few videos, Mulvaney identified as a gay man before posting in December 2020 a ‘gender reveal video’ in which they said: ‘I’m dropping the ‘He’ and my new pronouns are ‘they, them, theirs.’

Mulvaney continued to identify as ‘nonbinary’ through February of this year, when they posted a video of them receiving a new California driver’s license with their sex listed as ‘X.’

Just one month later, though, Mulvaney released her ‘coming out’ video.

‘Here it goes, I am a girl,’ she says in the video posted March 11. ‘I’m a trans woman, my new pronouns are “she and they.”‘

She explained in the video that when she was nonbinary, ‘I would often say that I felt less and less like a boy every day.

‘But now I realize it was really every day I was feeling more and more like a girl and I didn’t know that.’

Mulvaney added that she was ‘scared and ashamed to be back on the [gender] binary,’ but said that when she was four, she went up to her mom and said, “I’m a girl and God made a mistake.”

‘And she said, “God doesn’t make mistakes,’ Mulvaney recounted.

‘But I’m not a mistake, I’m here for a reason and now it feels like I can honor that child in me that knew that so long ago.

‘I’m really excited for you all to meet girl Dylan,’ she told her followers at the time. 

Mulvaney came out as a transgender woman in a video on March 11

Just about one month before, she posted a video of her getting a new driver’s license in California

The new driver’s license lists her sex as ‘X’ under California state law

From there, she went on to document her transition and firsts’ she experienced as a woman in a series called ‘days of girlhood.’ 

Just a few weeks after she posted her ‘coming out video,’ Mulvaney posted a TikTok of her getting laser hair removal to get rid of some facial hair, and was also asked to be a sponsor for tampon company Tampax.

She then appeared at a pride parade in Los Angeles on June 12, after announcing just days before that her nipples were getting larger as she began taking estrogen.

‘Now I fully have pepperoni nipples,’ she said in the video on July 9, adding: ‘I’m also gaining some weight, and I say “Bring it” because this is the beauty of being a woman and having curves, and I think I’m gonna need a real bra soon.’

By last week, her dream seemed to come true after taking estrogen for a total of 10 months.

‘Look I have boobs, like there’s no question about it,’ Mulvaney said as she revealed she is not planning to get top surgery in December ‘with my other procedures.’

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Mulvaney appeared at the Los Angeles Pride Parade on June 12, posting a video of the event

In one video, Mulvaney could be seen getting laser hair removal to get rid of some facial hair

But with her fame came controversy as she continued to speak about what being a woman meant to her.

Just recently, Ulta hosted Mulvaney in a digital campaign its running called ‘The Beauty of…,’ in which Mulvaney spoke about girlhood.

She discussed with gender-fluid celebrity hairstylist David Lopez things she feels are accessible to her now that she is a woman, including being able to find love, still being a performer and even being a mother.

The video was soon criticized by some feminists who accused her of wearing womanhood as a costume, with some even threatening to boycott the company in the comments.

Ulta responded to these comments by saying: ‘At Ulta Beauty, we believe that beauty is for everyone — and we kindly request that everyone be treated with respect on our channels.’

The company added that beauty has no boundaries, TMZ reports, and said in a statement: ‘We believe beauty is for everyone. And while we recognize some conversations we host will challenge perspectives and opinion, we believe constructive dialogue is one important way to move beauty forward.

‘The intersectionality of gender identity is nuanced, something David and Dylan acknowledge themselves within the episode.

‘Regardless of how someone identifies, they deserve our respect.’

Mulvaney has sparked a backlash against Ulta Beauty following her appearance on a podcast in which she spoke about ‘all things girlhood’

The trans influencer, who has been living as a woman for less than a year, has been accused of play-acting the parts of being a woman she enjoys, while ignoring the misogyny faced by females on a day-to-day basis. Mulvaney (right) was interviewed by gender-fluid hairdresser to the stars, David Lopez (left) on Ulta’s podcast

Still, Mulvaney continues to see success on her TikTok page, posting on Friday that she was in Washington D.C. to ‘speak to the President of the United States.’ 

‘You know that phrase, ‘I think I may have girlbossed too close to the sun?’ Well that’s how I feel today,’ Mulvaney continued. 

‘Because I get to sit down with Joe Biden and NowThis News, and I get to ask him a few questions surrounding trans issues in the United States and talk to him about my transness, and I really just want to represent my community the best that I can.’

During the panel, she asked the president whether he thought red states should have the right to pass laws limiting access to gender-affirming treatments, Biden said: ‘I don’t think any state or anybody should have the right to do that.’

‘As a moral question and as a legal question, I just think it’s wrong,’ the president added.

‘Sometimes they try to block you from being able to access certain medicines, being able to access certain procedures, and so on,’ he continued, referencing Republican-led state bills blocking doctors from performing such treatment, especially when it comes to minors.

‘I mean, no state should be able to do that, in my view. So I feel very, very strongly that you should have every single solitary right including use of your gender-identity bathrooms in public.’

Alabama, Arkansas, Texas and Arizona all enacted laws or policies earlier this year restricting youth access to sex change treatments, care and surgeries. In some cases, these laws impose penalties on adults who facilitate access to this care. 

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has long voiced her opposition to transgenderism, was the first lawmaker to publicly weigh in on Biden’s response to Mulvaney.

‘Joe Biden thinks it’s wrong to stop the profit driven medical industry from cutting breasts off 15 yr old girls and castrating teen boys before they are old enough to legally get a tattoo or vote,’ the GOP Georgia lawmaker tweeted.

She added: ‘Democrats are the party of child abuse.’

As of this summer, 15 states introduced at least two dozen bills that would impose some sort of restrictions to ‘gender affirming’ surgeries or treatments, according to a Freedom for All Americans tracker.

Provisions in some of the proposed legislation include, but are not limited to criminalization of healthcare professionals who provide transgender treatments to minors, penalizing of parents aiding in youth access to this care and a limitation on insurance coverage of gender affirming services.

In some cases the language would classify allowing or aiding a child in receiving treatment to permanently change sex characteristics as child abuse.

A major GOP initiative is making sure that no state funds are used for such services.

Republicans and right-leaning activists are mostly concerned with the affect these surgeries are having on children who choose to transition and then later regret the choice they made as a minor.

Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) suspended gender altering surgeries earlier this month amid outrage over claims the hospital ‘chemically castrates’ minors for financial gain.

The center confirmed it was freezing all ‘gender affirmation surgery’ on underage patients pending a review of their processes, in response to calls from Tennessee lawmakers to investigate the hospital.

VUMC came under fire last month after conservative activist Matt Walsh released a 2018 video showing Dr. Shayne Taylor – an LGBTQ specialist at the hospital – touting transgender surgeries as ‘huge money makers’ for the hospital.

Walsh also compiled a report of his own investigation into VUMC’s trans program which found the hospital ‘drugs, chemically castrates and performs double mastectomies on minors.