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Dylan Mulvaney Named in Forbes’ ’30 Under 30’ List As One Of The Most Influential Young Social Media Influencers



Dylan Mulvaney, the controversial trans activist and social media influencer, was added to Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30 Social Media” list, claiming that Mulvaney is among the most influential young social media influencers in the world.

The business magazine listed the former Bud Light spokesperson alongside 29 other social media personalities who have shaped the “creator economy,” a “$250 billion industry estimated to roughly double over the next five years.”

Mulvaney has had a significant impact in the social media sphere over the last few years, as the influencer has used the site to document the process of transitioning gender.

Additionally, Mulvaney documented the struggles experienced following backlash to Bud Light’s decision to make the influencer a brand spokesperson in March of this year.

Forbes published the list this week, stating, “With the help of nominations from the public – as well as expertise from Forbes tech journalists and judges from all corners of creatordom – this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Media list highlights the young founders, industry leaders and online stars transforming the creator economy and future of the internet.”

Forbes not only featured Mulvaney, but placed the influencer on the cover of the issue which included the list. 

Other than Mulvaney, the outlet honored other young social media creators, including comedians Alan Chikin Chow and Steven He, fashion influencer Alix Earle, and disabled creator Molly Burke, who posts content inspired by her perspective as a blind person.

Forbes stated, “Our callout, Dylan Mulvaney, 26, is a creator, actress and LGBTQ+ activist who gained virality with her ‘Days of Girlhood’ series that documented her gender transition.”

The entry for Mulvaney featured a photo of the influencer with dyed blonde hair smiling into the camera, adding that the activist’s “Days of Girlhood” TikTok series, “drew more than 1 billion views.”

It also provided a quote from the trans star: “Whether somebody’s trans or not, I just hope they can watch my videos and feel inspired to unlock a new part of themselves.”

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