Trans TikTok star clashes with Caitlyn Jenner after claiming ‘women can have bulges’

Dylan Mulvaney said she made the TikTok video after experiencing people staring at her crotch while out shopping

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A transgender TikTok star has been slammed by Cailyn Jenner after saying “women can have bulges, and that’s okay.”

Dylan Mulvaney said she made the video after experiencing people staring at her crotch while out shopping.

During the video, she said: "Normalise the bulge. We are normalising the bulge.

She added: "Women can have bulges, and that's okay."

Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner
Dylan Mulvaney
Dylan Mulvaney

But Jenner has since hit back at the comments, saying “let’s not normalise any of what this person is doing. This is absurdity!”.

While she also misgendered Mulvaney in another tweet, saying: "He is talking about his penis!"

Mulvaney, who has 8.8 million followers on TikTok, then replied: “We are two of the most privileged trans women in America at the moment and with that comes a lot of responsibility,"

"Although we have very different views on most things, a few days ago I probably would have still been willing to sit down with you and try to connect with you in some way because I automatically have a lot of respect for you as a fellow trans woman."

She continued: "but then you decided to ridicule me very publicly."

Jenner backtracked after misgendering Mulvaney, saying: "Someone on my team called Dylan ‘he' that is what was regretted and has been handled internally."

The 73-year-old added that she doesn’t support "normalising exposing your genitals in a public way and a public place.”

To which the TikTok star responded: "Girl, you're making me sound like I'm some creepy flasher exposing myself.

"I was wearing perfectly normal shorts at a mall."

She added: "Now that I think about it, I don't think I have interest in getting to know you because the way you use your platform to publicly degrade me, it told me everything I needed to know about you.

“A trans person invalidating another trans person's transness is pretty evil in my eyes."