Americans were up in arms when Bruce Jenner was awarded “Woman of the Year” by ESPN in 2015.
That emboldened transgender activists.
And the latest award to be handed out to a transgender person will make your jaw drop.
A transgender woman (biological man) is favored to win the Miss Universe pageant.
Angela Ponce, a biological male who underwent so-called “gender reassignment surgery” to “become” female is the odds-on favorite to win the contest.
The 2018 Miss Universe Spain pageant winner is set at odds of 600+ to 1, compared to the Miss USA winner Sarah Rose Summers, who is set at 2000 to 1 odds.
The Daily Wire Reports:
As the gamblers put money on Ponce, the trans contestant has been using the press leading up to the December 16 contest to promote the transgender movement.
Asked by Time if the inclusion of a transgender contestant in this year’s competition would send a message to Trump, the former owner of Miss Universe, Ponce said, “More than a message to him, it would be a win for human rights.”
“Trans women have been persecuted and erased for so long. If they give me the crown, it would show trans women are just as much women as cis women,” said Ponce, who claims to have identified as female at the age of three.
Miss Universe announced in 2012 that it would allow biologically male contestants who identified as women after a successful lawsuit by a Canadian transgender model, Jenna Talackova, the Daily Mail notes.
Transgender activists want people to forget what they learned in biology class: that a man is a man and a woman is a woman.
They instead want people to follow a so-called “gender identity” system where biology is kicked out the door and there are an unlimited number of genders.
Do you agree with Miss Universe that beauty pageants should accept so-called “transgender” contestants?
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