Thursday, May 17, 2018

Sexual Psychotics Take over Brazilian Beauty Contest!

By Jerry PDX
Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 12:31:00 A.M. EDT

When diversity ideology and political correctness dictates that I must look at a man's hindquarters with lust in my heart then it's time for violent resistance. There's no negotiation here, and no drawing of new lines in the sand. End of discussion.

Brazil has a beauty pageant called the Miss Bumbum contest, and it's pretty much what the title suggests. Women line up and are judged by the quality of their derriere. This year there are two "transgender" contestants: Paula Oliveira and Giovanna Spinella. Some contestants are (rightfully) complaining that it's a contest for women, not for men who have been surgically altered to resemble women, and I couldn't agree more.

Here is the rationalization for allowing men to compete with women “as women.” This from the article:

Unfortunately for Santana and Porto (two contestants that have publicly complained), this year’s theme for the competition is “diversity,” with organizers encouraging participants to “break the mold.” Furthermore, Miss Bumbum’s officials have threatened to disqualify the angry entrants, if they continue to “prejudice” their transgender peers.

“As long as these women have undergone sex reassignment surgery, and have become fully women, there is nothing that prevents them from taking part. The truth is that, by the law, they are 100 percent women,” Miss Bumbum founder Cacau Oliver said.

So it's true because the law SAYS SO?! What's that old saying? Then the law is an ass. Actually, the law is not only an ass, it's flat out wrong because it was written by deranged gender nazis who want to force homosexuality on normal people. The law can say whatever it wants, but it cannot change biological fact: These men do not have female organs and cannot bear children, they can get all the surgery they want, and imitate female mannerisms but they will always be men.

If I went to a contest like that, I wouldn't want to see men up there on stage, I'd rather attend a plus size beauty pageant, I prefer my women on the slender side but I'd rather look at an authentically female big woman over a man pretending to be one, no matter how real he looked on the surface.

At Fox News.


Anonymous said...

they need to start doing genetics test in every event where a man wants to pretend to be a woman.

Anonymous said...

do they also support slavery. at one time the law said that was ok.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the club Brazil. Trans gender folks now going to do it all. Sports in particular. Women [real women] shunted aside and passed by [literally so if a track and field event] by freaks.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Liberals, progressives, leftists, et al would use this article as an example of intolerance and hate speech. Nothing could be further from the truth. Back in the day as a young man I hung out in various nightclubs around town, one in particular used to have a pair of transgender men who dressed up as women that would hang out at the club, despite the fact that it was a straight club. One was black and one white, the black one was a popular local female entertainer named Misty Waters, whose name was always prominently on display at a downtown female impersonator establishment. She died some years later of aids, if I remember correctly. Nobody cared if they were there in the club, they used the ladies restrooms and nobody complained (it was an adult establishment, no kids were going to be in there) and occasionally a straight guy would dance with one of them to amuse his buddies but it was all in good fun, nobody harassed them or gave them a bad time, they were just part of the scene. The club would occasionally have a "hot pants" contest for guys and girls, the trans men would compete at women and always put on an entertaining show. Nobody, including myself, objected to them competing. However, there is a difference here, it was not a true pageant or contest where something was at stake, the prize was a gift certificate for free drinks and the honor of being "Miss Hot Pants" for the night. In real pageants women spend considerable time and effort to prepare and often use them for springboards to something else, plus men go to them with the expectation of judging women, not men pretending to be them. Impromptu "contests" at bars are a different thing altogether, nothing is at stake, it's just tipsy people having fun and enjoying the moment, I can laugh at the antics of a man pretending to be a woman as much as anyone in a spontaneous situation, but if I bought a ticket to a true beauty pageant and had two guys hanging their butts in my face, I would be pretty ticked off. Now, Miss Bumbum isn't exactly Miss Universe but it's still an organized beauty pageant that has become quite popular in Brazil so I can see how true females would be upset about having to compete with men in a contest that has an expectation of being for biological females only. So yeah, this is not about "hate", I don't hate trans or gay people (or people of color or immigrants for that matter), I accept there are imperfect and sexually confused people, they exist and they can't be changed (but it's wrong to influence children into the behavior) and I accept that. But if you are one of those people you must understand that gender is not a "construct", it's a biological certainty and know where and where it's appropriate for you to express yourself, a man in a female beauty contest is not one of places, pointing that out is not hateful.

jeigheff said...

My wife found this story to be "sickening on more than one level." (She doesn't approve of the Miss Bum Bum contest to begin with!)