Sunday, July 4, 2021

‘Proud Transgender Woman of Color’ Wins Miss Nevada USA Pageant; When Men Are Crowned First Place In Female Beauty Pageants, You Know Elites Think You’re Stupid Cattle

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‘Proud Transgender Woman of Color’ Wins Miss Nevada USA Pageant:
Kataluna Enriquez, a biological male who identifies as a woman, has won the title of Miss Nevada USA.
For the first time in the pageant’s history, a biological woman is not taking home the crown for Miss Nevada USA.
Enriquez won the beauty pageant on Sunday at the South Point Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas, which means he will go on to represent Nevada as the first transgender individual ever to compete in the Miss USA Pageant — which will be held on November 29.
Enriquez beat 21 other contestants in the Miss Nevada USA pageant, according to a report by Associated Press. --->READ MORE HERE
When Men Are Crowned First Place In Female Beauty Pageants, You Know Elites Think You’re Stupid Cattle:
Enriquez's victory is not shocking given the cultural moment we find ourselves in, but the minute it becomes normalized by the public is when our republic gets laid to rest.
A man who thinks he is a female just struck gold in a statewide beauty pageant. If this isn’t offputting to you, the West’s morally bankrupt elites have succeeded in training you to reject truth.
Kataluna Enriquez, a 27-year-old male who has been competing in transgender pageants since 2016, was awarded first place in the female Miss Nevada USA beauty pageant. Enriquez’s victory comes after success in other contests, including being crowned Miss Silver State USA as a preliminary event to the statewide one. Only since 2020 has Enriquez begun competing in non-trans pageants.
While pageants outside Nevada required Enriquez to receive a medical certification of sex prior to competing, Nevada has more lax regulations. Winning the state’s top prize now qualifies him to run for Miss USA, although the pageant was greenlit in March by an Oregon judge to choose if they will let trans-identifying men compete against women.
“I wanted to share my story and present that I was more than just a body,” Enriquez said after his most recent victory. “With pageantry, people think it is only about beauty. But it’s how you present yourself, what you advocate for, what you’ve done, and the goals you have.”
If this all rubs you the wrong way, don’t fret. You are a sane person --->READ MORE HERE

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