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Las Vegas crowns biological male as winner of beauty pagent [VIDEO]

by J.C McCallum
Las Vegas crowns biological male as winner of beauty pagent [VIDEO]

Miss Silver State USA in Las Vegas, Nevada has just crowed a biological male a winner of the female beauty pageant:

Here’s more from Zero Hedge:

For the first time in its history, the title of Miss Silver State USA in Nevada has been awarded to a transgender person. 27 year old transgender Kataluna Enriquez won the crown this week, according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.

The 27 year old winner had been competing in transgender pageants since 2016, while she was working as a model. She started competing in cisgender pageants at the beginning of last year.

“I wanted to share my story and present that I was more than just a body. 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,” Enriquez said.

His therapy started when he was TEN YEARS OLD:

“I’ve been in therapy since I was 10 and I love being able to understand myself and other people’s perspectives. I’m an advocate for mental health,” she said. She also described being bullied and abused because of her gender identity dating back to high school.

She says she will now focus on her mental health and designing new gowns for upcoming pageants. “Pageantry is so expensive and I didn’t always have money. I wanted to compete so now I design dresses for myself and other people.”

Enriquez will now go on to compete for Miss Nevada USA, which can eventually lead to Miss USA and Miss Universe.

That’s right, Enriquez is now on the path to become Miss USA/Universe if he keeps winning. And given how the liberal world likes to reward people like Enriquez, he stands a good chance of winning it all.

Honestly, I don’t give a flying hoot about beauty pageants – it’s not the same as female sports to be sure. But for me the concern lies in what this represents, that someone with mental illness can claim to be something they are not and both be applauded by society for it and ultimately be awarded for it.

True identity means nothing anymore, which is ironic because Enriquez says in the video that the Silver State competition was a “celebration of being your true self.” Um…

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