MTF transgender competitor Briana Nguyen, 19, was crowned Miss Greater Derry – beating 12 biological female contestants half "her" size. Aside from the title and the crown, Nguyen also won a scholarship. The Miss Greater Derry Organization, "part of the Miss New Hampshire and Miss America family" as per its website, has been providing "scholarship opportunities to young women in the greater Derry area since 1987."
"In the 100-year history of Miss America, I have officially become the first transgender titleholder within the Miss America organization," Nguyen bragged in an Instagram post.
"No words can describe the feeling of having the opportunity to serve … and represent my community for the very first time at Miss New Hampshire. I am so honored to be crowned your new Miss Greater Derry 2023, and I am thrilled to show you all what I have up my sleeves. This will be an amazing year."
Nguyen's victory came more than a year after another MTF transgender won a beauty pageant in Nevada.
Breitbart reported in June 2021 that Kataluna Enriquez, a "proud transgender woman of color," was crowned Miss Nevada USA. "Her" victory was the first in the pageant's history. Traditionally, the title was awarded to biological females.
According to the Associated Press, Enriquez beat 21 other contestants – all biological women – to win the title. In March 2021, "she" was crowned Miss Silver State USA – the "biggest preliminary competition for the Miss Nevada USA pageant."
Enriquez first took part in transgender pageants in 2016 while working as a model, and later competed in women's pageants in 2020.
The victories of Nguyen and Enriquez in beauty pageants, usually reserved for biological female contestants, only serve as evidence that women are being erased. Actual women, in turn, are afraid to speak out for fear of being branded as transphobic by the woke mob. But this erasure is not only happening in pageants – women's sports events are also being taken over by males who identify as females.
Perhaps the most prominent of these is William "Lia" Thomas, who dominated women's swimming back in 2021. The former collegiate swimmer for the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) barely made a dent while competing as a male, but rose to prominence upon identifying as an MTF transgender.
Thomas' unfair advantage over biological female swimmers led to calls for "her" to be banned from competing in women's swimming events, with the strongest rebukes coming from "her" UPenn teammates. (Related: 16 UPenn swimmers call for transgender Lia Thomas to be banned from women's competition.)
According to the Washington Examiner, 16 of Thomas' teammates argued in a letter that the MTF transgender should not be allowed to compete in women's sporting events as the "biology of sex" creates an "unfair advantage." They explained: "We fully support Lia Thomas in 'her' decision to affirm 'her' gender identity and to transition from a man to a woman. However, we also recognize that when it comes to sports competition, the biology of sex is a separate issue from someone's gender identity."
"Biologically, Lia holds an unfair advantage over competition in the women's category, as evidenced by 'her' rankings that have bounced from No. 462 as a male to No. 1 as a female," the anonymous swimmers wrote. "If 'she' were to be eligible to compete against us, 'she' could now break swimming records; feats 'she' could never have done as a male athlete."
GenderConfused.com has more stories about MTF transgenders taking away women's places.
Watch this video about Kataluna Enriquez winning the Miss Nevada USA pageant.
This video is from the Freedom Rules channel on Brighteon.com.