An Oregon man who pretends to be a woman is very upset that a beauty pageant for females won’t let him compete.
“I felt as though the organization was saying I am not a woman and I’m not woman enough.”
That’s what he told the press, “I felt as though the organization was saying I am not a woman and I’m not woman enough.”
Yes. Yes, that’s what they’re saying. And they’re saying it because he is not woman enough. Mercy sakes, people.
According to local media outlets, a man identifying as “Anita Green” (we are unsure his real name) was disqualified from entering the Miss Oregon Beauty Pageant. He’s 29 years old and first competed in Montana in 2017 where they allow men to pretend they are women and compete in female beauty pageant events.
Well, Mr. Green is hopping mad about being told he can’t compete. If it’s any consolation to him, even if he was a woman, it’s not like he’d have the looks to win anyway.
That’s how Mr. Green really looks. In various publications accommodating to ‘transgender’ individuals they allow him to photoshop his photos to look more feminine, brushing away his harsh masculine features.
Protesting the decision of the beauty pageant, Green said, “This is about giving minorities a voice. I believe I’m beautiful, and I want to set an example for all women—cisgender and transgender—that beauty doesn’t have to fit into specific molds.”
Of course, he is not a woman. He’s an emasculated man. There is a difference.
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