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Woke-Free Beer Company Unloads Spicy Calendar – They Just Honored the “Real Women of America”


The new year will have a bright and cheery calendar thanks to a conservative company that is promoting a beer drinker’s tradition. The idea for the promotion is to fight back against cultural moves that the promoters believe are hurting women.

The calendar will “showcase the most beautiful conservative women in America,” according to Seth Weathers, CEO of Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right Beer. His company was born as a direct response to the Bud Light promotion of transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney which failed miserably.

Weathers’ company released the limited-edition calendar this week and pledged to donate 10% of the proceeds from sales. Weathers made it clear that there is a need to protect women’s sports from “extreme leftist ideology seeking to destroy women’s athletics.”

From Fox Business:
“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.”

The calendar promotion is part of Weathers’ ongoing campaign defeat “wokeism” that attempts to change the definition of a woman.

“This calendar is in no way intended to discredit transwomen… because there is no such thing as a ‘transwoman,” Weathers said. He wants to help regain a viewpoint where women are revered in society.

Ultra Right skyrocketed onto the beer making scene earlier this year with a viral social media video that countered the Bud Light campaign featuring a transgender activist. Weathers touts the beer as having only four ingredients and it is promoted as “100% woke free.”

The calendar is a who’s who of conservative women in America and is a flashback to beer maker swimsuit calendars of years past. Ultra Right’s calendar features several well-known conservative women, including Riley Gaines, Dana Loesch, Kim Klacik, Sara Gonzales, Ashley St. Clair and Peyton Drew, among others. Proceeds from sales will be donated to the Riley Gaines Center to protect women’s sports.

“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.”

Source: Fox Business