A biological male who believes he’s a woman just won the Miss Nevada USA beauty pageant in Las Vegas for the first time in history.
Kataluna Enriquez, a 27 year old “transgender woman” recently claimed the title of Miss Nevada USA following the competition at the South Point hotel-casino in Las Vegas, reported the New York Post. Enriquez achieved victory and defeated 21 other candidates to represent Nevada. Enriquez is a social media influencer, model, and actor from the United States who supposedly “transitioned” from male to female at just 14 years old. Enriquez is the first biological male to win the Miss Nevada USA title in the pageant’s history.
“One thing that is important for me is inclusivity, diversity and representation. It’s something I did not have growing up and is still lacking in today’s world,” Enriquez said. “Today I am a proud transgender woman of color. Personally, I’ve learned that my differences do not make me less than, it makes me more than.”
“I did not always have money and it’s hard for women to find dresses that fit their bodies,” Enriquez said. “Pageantry is so expensive and I wanted to compete and be able to grow and develop skills and create gowns for myself and other people.”
— New York Post (@nypost) June 29, 2021
Many people view the ongoing influx of male encroachment into female-exclusive competitions as unfair to real women, specifically in regards to biological men participating in women’s sports and beauty pageants, where biological women work extremely hard to achieve success. As America and other nations continue their efforts to legitimize and embrace dysphoria, British-born influencer “Oil London” has recently come out at “transracial” and has officially declared himself Korean after undergoing surgical procedures to make his eyes look more Asian.
— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) June 26, 2021
London gave a shout out to One America News after they reported on his calling out of the “WOKE MOB,” who according to him, “always preaches about liberalism, tolerance, and respecting others, but are the same people sending me thousands of death threats” because “they don’t agree with who I am.”