It’s being called “The Real Women of America,” and a conservative-owned beer company is doing it in partnership with conservative women who are influencers.
One of the women featured is NCAA competitive swimmer Riley Gaines, along with Dana Loesch, Kim Klacik, Sara Gonzales, Ashley St. Clair, Josie “The Redheaded Libertarian” Glabach, and Peyton Drew.
“This calendar is in no way intended to discredit transwomen… because there is no such thing as a ‘transwoman,’” Seth Weathers, CEO of Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right Beer, told FOX Business.
“Beer companies used to be about great beer, American patriotism, fun, fast cars, and beautiful real women,” Weathers said. “We’re bringing back all these things, but better than ever.”
“We’ve reached incredibly stupid times when it’s ‘controversial’ to say men can’t be women,” Weathers said. “This calendar will serve as a reminder, men can never replace the beautiful women of America.”
— SETH WEATHERS (@sethweathers) December 6, 2023
On the website to order the calendar it reads:
Conservative Dad’s Real Women of America Calendar is a celebration of conservative women who are fighting woke extremist to preserve real women.
10% of sales will be donated to the Riley Gaines Center to protect womens sports from extreme leftist idology seeking to destroy real women.
Featuring the most beautiful conservative women in America.
Look for fun non-woke messages throughout the calendar!
No this isn’t just a company profiting off women.
According to a report, ten percent of the calendar sales will be donated to the Riley Gaines Center at the Leadership Insitute.
The beer company rose to fame after the Bud Light controversy that tanked the brand.
America’s been buying beer from a company that doesn’t even know which restroom to use.
There’s a new beer in town! pic.twitter.com/JHm4BspZwB
— SETH WEATHERS (@sethweathers) April 12, 2023
Riley Gaines has risen to fame as an activist and recently made headlines after she last testified before Congress.