Should Transgenders compete in beauty contests?

23-year-old Miss Universe Canada finalist was disqualified from the competition after it was discovered she had undergone sexual reassignment surgery

Do you think Transponders should be allowed to compete in women beauty contests?

Should Transgenders compete in beauty contests?

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Transgenders should compete in transgender beauty contests. People who are born male should not compete in women's pageants or athletic events.

sure, why not

Never give up

They have Miss America.. Miss Argentina.. Miss. World.. Miss Teen America.. Damn! There's a lot of secular beauty contests.. Why not a Miss (or Mr) Transgender? I'm sure they'd get a following and no one would be disqualified (except if a straight decided to 'crash' the party).. So, don't crash the party and suffer the embarrassment of disqualification.. Get your own beauty contest.

Sure why not. One day people who were born male will even be able to get pregnant.


 We even came from organisms that could procreate on our own with out a mate. Its in our chemistry.

One day people who were born male will even be able to get pregnant.

Does that mean in the future when someone tells me to "Go F yourself", I'll actually be able to do it?

Gosh that's a hard question. On the one hand, I fully support transgender folks. I even know a couple who I've been friends with for years. If I were to fall in love and discover she was a transgender, I don't feel it would bother me overly much.


On the other hand, I don't really care for beauty contests. I'm not against them, I just don't find them terribly interesting or entertaining. I don't find the women all that attractive because to me, they all look the same. Same hair, same face, same big boobed figure (which isn't my cup of tea to start with), same vapid answers to vapid questions. But people enjoy them and I know, having had a couple in my family, the girls work very hard to compete.

I honestly have to say, I just don't know if transgenders should compete in beauty pageants. I'd like to say why not, they are women. But i think the natural born girls would have a LOT of resentments, and that wouldn't be good. And the member of the audience and such would have a good number who would be offended by it, so it wouldn't do the pageant a lot of good. I think, in the end, at this point in time, it probably wouldn't be a good idea.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

No, beauty contests should be based on how you were born.  Any modification should disqualify a contestant.

"Does that mean in the future when someone tells me to "Go F yourself", I'll actually be able to do it?"


Yah you would be the first man to know it feels to give birth I think women would really be in your corner with that.

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