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November 20, 2023
Suck It, Patriarchy: Woman Beats Two Men To Win Miss Universe Pageant
“Miss Nicaragua” won the crown at the Miss Universe pageant Saturday in El Salvador. Surprisingly, Sheynnis Palacios is not a man. But the sanity ends here.
The 72nd Miss Universe competition was full of woke virtue signaling that the left claims were just a bunch of "iconic firsts." Let’s break it down.
This year's pageant featured 88 women and two male contestants: Marina Machete, representing Portugal, and Rikkie Valerie Kolle, representing the Netherlands.
There is no doubt that the pageant has been going downhill. In 2021, we probably saw the “wokest” pageant ever. In 2022, a man bought the organization. This year, we had two men competing for spots that were once rightfully reserved for women.
And in a not-so-surprising development, JKN Global Group, the Thai firm that bought the Miss Universe Organization, has filed for bankruptcy right before the 2023 event. It turns out that pandering to the demographic that demands this insanity take over the competition was just not enough to keep the company afloat.
That said, at least the top five placeholders were all women. Unfortunately, we cannot say the same for the top 20.
Not only did one of the top 20 placeholders include a man, but it also included Miss Nepal, Jane Dipika Garrett, “the first body-inclusive contestant,” or the first obese contestant. However, you want to put it.
"As a curvy woman who doesn't follow certain beauty standards, I'm here to represent all women," she said before the competition, according to Business Insider. "I think there's not one way to be beautiful, every woman is beautiful just as they are. For me, to be on this stage and to speak my truth is something that matters a lot. A few years ago, I was a very insecure person and had very low self-esteem. Now, I love myself, and that's success to me."
To be fair, beauty does come in different sizes. However, you cannot just go around claiming truth is subjective and that “loving” yourself is all that matters. Especially, when you are pretending that morbid obesity is “success.”
But hey, at least she is a woman. And at this point, morbid obesity is probably the least of our worries when it comes to the left's attempt to normalize insanity.
Athenea Pérez, who placed in the top 10, is the first Black woman to win the Miss Spain title. And yes, she is very woke.
"Diversity is here, and diversity is now, it's today," she said.
If diversity is today, what was yesterday? And what will tomorrow be? Also, hasn't the pageant technically always been “diverse” considering you have a representative from most countries throughout the world?
Portugal Marina Machete was the first male contestant to place at the 2023 pageant. Rikkie Valerie Kollé was also the first man to represent the Netherlands but he didn’t steal any crowns during the Miss Universe pageant like Portugal did. He just crushed the dreams of Netherlands' second place holder who had probably been dreaming of competing for most of her life.
In other words, Miss Universe has somewhat turned into a drag show.
Anyway, next year's pageant will have no age limit. I assume that means we shouldn't be surprised if we end up having a Martha Stewart Sports Illustrated situation going on. At the very least, let's hope all contestants are women next year. But unfortunately, I think we all know that won’t happen.