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Beauty Pageant Gives ‘Miss Maryland’ Title to a Dude

Oh my gosh! So stunning and brave!

Isn’t it wonderful when a man covers himself in makeup, puts on a dress and steals titles and awards away from women?

Well, it’s probably just a coincidence that out of all the women competing, that the award happens to be given to a ‘trans women’.

No agendas here. Stop noticing!

And as Bailey Anne took someone else’s title, the song that was playing was  ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman!’ by Shania Twain.

That look when can’t believe you got away with blatant theft and none of the girls said anything:

Though the lady putting the crown on, previous Miss Maryland, doesn’t seem to pleased to be passing her crown to a man.

I wonder how many of those women are shaking their heads internally, knowing it might’ve been them that got robbed of the crown.

That won’t stop anything, speak up ladies!

Fox News reports:

A transgender woman crowned Miss Maryland expressed joy at the celebration of women “no matter their gender.”

Transgender contestant Bailey Anne Kennedy won Miss Maryland USA this past Saturday. According to the official Miss Maryland account’s post on Instagram, Kennedy’s victory marked multiple firsts, the first transgender contestant, the first Asian American contestant, the first to win the crown at age 31, the first married contestant to win and the first military officer’s spouse to win the state-level competition in 67 years.

In an interview shared in the same post, Kennedy said the victory on the first day of Pride Month “symbolizes everything” because the Miss Universe Organization “has now celebrated ‘woman’ universally, no matter their age, no matter their gender or their marital status.”

“As a military spouse and as a proud trans woman, I hope to display this in a positive light and as an immigrant myself – the immigrant tenacity, I hope to showcase that to people, and hopefully inspire somebody along the way,” Kennedy added.

When speaking with DC News Now, Kennedy said the moment of victory was like “a whirlwind, because I knew it was bigger than me, Cory. I know that it’s gonna mean a lot for all the LGBT kids out there who might have felt different and might feel like they don’t belong in a box, like me growing up, so I hope that my win will be a delicious invitation for them to be themselves.”

That girl behind him though. She doesn’t seem to happy to see the title robbed away from her or the other women there.

These beauty pageants have apparently morphed into public humiliation rituals against normal women.


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