“Conservative Dad’s Real Women of America Calendar is a celebration of conservative women who are fighting woke extremist to preserve real women,” the beer company said on its website.
Ultra Right Beer just dropped a calendar celebrating the Real Women of America💥
“This calendar is in no way intended to discredit transwomen…because there is no such thing as ‘transwoman,'” Seth Weathers, CEO Ultra Right Beer.
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The beer company said the $25 calendar will be “featuring the most beautiful conservative women in America.”
Ten percent of calendar sales will be donated to the Riley Gaines Center at the Leadership Institute.
The calendar was posted on the beer company’s website on Wednesday.
Gaines is featured in the calendar alongside conservative pundits Dana Loesch, Kim Klacik, Sara Gonzales, Ashley St. Clair, Josie “The Redheaded Libertarian” Glabach, and Peyton Drew, among others.
Ultra Right Beer was created as an alternative to Bud Light, which fell into controversy when it chose transgender social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney, a biological male who identifies as female, to represent its product earlier this year.
The limited-edition calendar is being touted as the “hottest Christmas gift for conservatives in 2024!”
Gaines received media attention on Monday when she hit back at Rep. Summer Lee (D-PA), the ranking member of the House Oversight subcommittee on health, when Lee suggested at a House committee hearing that she and other witnesses were being “transphobic” in their testimonies.
“Inclusion cannot be prioritized over safety and fairness,” the former swimmer responded. “And ranking member Lee, if my testimony makes me ‘transphobic,’ then I believe your opening monologue makes you a misogynist.”
Watergate figure and former radio host G. Gordon Liddy famously had a similar calendar called “Stacked and Packed,” which featured beautiful conservative women with guns.