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Dylan Mulvaney Charging $40,000 to Speak on College Campuses

Dylan Mulvaney Charging $40,000 to Speak on College Campuses

“When speaking at the University of Pittsburgh earlier this year, Mulvaney charged $26,250 to speak.”

The saddest thing about this is that he will probably get this fee at some schools.

Breitbart News reports:

Dylan Mulvaney Charging $40k in Speaking Fees on ‘Female Empowerment’

Dylan Mulvaney, a transgender TikTok influencer, will be embarking on a college speaking tour soon and will be charging up to $40k in fees to talk on subjects like “female empowerment.”

Mulvaney announced the upcoming speaking tour in an Instagram story last weekend that encouraged college students to book speaking engagements through the agency Crista Spadafore.

“University and College friends! I am booking speaking opportunities for the upcoming 23/24 school year and would love to come visit,” announced Mulvaney.

Crista Spadafore confirmed to the New Guard that Mulvaney will be charging $40,000 in speaking fees. When speaking at the University of Pittsburgh earlier this year, Mulvaney charged $26,250 to speak. Mulvaney’s booking page with CAA says that the TikTok influencer can speak on a variety of topics, including “women’s empowerment”:

Dylan Mulvaney (she/they) is a trans actress and content creator.

She was touring with Broadway’s Book of Mormon and when the pandemic hit, she turned to TikTok and began sharing her transgender journey with her millions of followers.

Her series titled “Days of Girlhood” received over 750 million views in less than 100 days.


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He is an insult to women everywhere.

I’ve got a deal for you: Only$10,000 to watch me stare at my navel.

    Jvj1975 in reply to UJ. | July 30, 2023 at 2:30 pm

    Reminder: Speaking tours date back to the 1800s. Mark Twain. Oscar Wilde. Others.

    Last I checked, it’s 2023.

    There’s a thing known as the internet.

    The arrogance of Pitt administrators to pay out this kind of speaking fee is shameful

    American families really need to wake the f*ck up. These colleges are not your friends. And they’re not a ticket to wealth.

angrywebmaster | July 30, 2023 at 5:48 pm

What is he going to speak about? He to completely wreck a brand and cost a company $30 billion in value?

Wait a minute. I’m not trying to defend him, but let’s be honest and fair here. Mulvaney isn’t responsible for the damage done to the brand. The so-called experts who though having him represent the brand are responsible for that, along with the executives who approved the idea.

Also, fame is fleeting, so you can’t really blame him for trying to cash in while people at least recognize the name. People also have every right to not attend the speaking events and to make their displeasure known to those responsible for paying for them.

Any school that pays him a dime should have the taxpayer money spigot turned off instantly and forever. Fungible is fungible.

Why would any institution ask Dylan Mulvaney to speak, except if it was how to make millions by grifting?

It used to be if you wanted to see a freak of nature, you went to the circus.

He/She has a right to charge whatever $ amount he/she desires. It’s on the schools to choose whether or not to invite him/her to speak. Those students and parents who wish not to hear such speakers on their campus should make their feelings known, loud and clear to the school’s administrators.

Phillygirl1807 | July 31, 2023 at 12:00 pm

Why call Dylan Mulvaney a “she,” when he is and will always be a HE?

Dylan should be proud of his/her legacy! His/her name will likely be immortalized in advertising and marketing textbooks for decades to come, under the chapter heading “Know Your Customer Base and DO NOT PISS THEM OFF!”

    Tel in reply to bev. | August 1, 2023 at 6:13 pm

    Even Tylenol came back from the poisonings. Bud Light, however….. A self-inflicted wound.

Dylan is nothing more than a 21st century minstrel show, complete with “woman face” performances. The only difference is that the 19th century minstrels did not really think they were black.