Men’s competitions are for men. Women’s competitions are for women. Men compete in their own competitions so they can compete against other men. Women compete in women’s competitions so as to compete against other women. Men’s competitions are not for women. Women’s competitions are not for men. The Miss Universe contest, regardless of your opinion of it, is for women. Just as a Mr. Universe contest is for men. But now, thanks to what’s hard to argue isn’t male privilege and the patriarchy, a man from Spain is competing in the Miss Universe contest. He’s doing so by pretending to be a lady.
The 26-year-old Angela Ponce beat 20 other contestants in the Miss Universe Spain gala on June 29, qualifying for the global round of the pageant, which has allowed transgender participation since 2012.
“If my going through all this contributes to the world moving a little step forward, then that’s a personal crown that will always accompany me,” Ponce told The Associated Press at the offices of the Miss Universe franchise in central Madrid.
Here’s where men who think they’re clever say “Lol, men are even beating women at being women!” First, to you dummies: no, men can never beat women at being women. Not a thing. You’re not clever, you’re a sexist ass. Go outside and think about how you consider a man to be a better lady might make you kind of a freak. Also, maybe a little bit gay.
Second, this transwoman is not a woman. So when the AP says “she beat out 20 other contestants” that translates to “this man denied 20 women a chance to compete in a women’s competition.” Related: Transwomen Win Girl’s Track Meet. The Looks on the Real Girls’ Faces Says it All.
I’ve said it before, but the pushing of the transgender agenda is the patriarchy. Men dressing like ladies, telling other women they’re ladies because they think they’re ladies and dress like ladies, is male privilege. It’s also a war on women. I can think of nothing more openly, blatantly sexist than a man telling women he’s a woman and they must accept him for it. Sadly backed up by many governments, laws, cultures, stupid feminists, and weird, cowardly men.
If the trans people of the world want to have their own beauty pageant, there’s nothing stopping them. Where I take great issue is when transwomen (men) push out real women from real opportunities knowing our currently PC-diseased international culture is too afraid to stop them.
Lastly, beauty competitions are not “rights.” So spare me the “I want to advance fake rights at a competition built upon competing on looks.”