Oh. I see GLAAD is taking credit for this one. Great. It’s nice that someone went through all the trouble of having a sex change so she could live a meaningful life and be who she truly is on the inside…so she could in turn compete in something as meaningful as a Miss Universe beauty pageant, where it’s all about what’s on the inside. Also, it’s nice that a transgendered woman is allowed to compete in a Miss Universe Pageant, but if you’re a fat or ugly “regular” woman, sorry. What about a fat, ugly transgendered woman? Would GLAAD have stuck up for her?
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