Miss Universe favored to win is a man


Many have questioned the meaning of this new obsession with sexual identity. Now children as young as toddlers are being “groomed” into a assuming a gender other than that of their birth. The human male specie itself is under attack. Now we learn that the Miss Universe pageant itself may have a transgendered as winner.

An interesting interview of Camille Paglia gives insight into what this “tell” may be giving us regarding the state of our culture and comparing it to other cultures who have experienced this phenomena.

A fellow calling himself Angela Ponce has been crowned Miss Universe Spain. Gamblers are betting that he goes on to win the 2018 Miss Universe pageant, which fittingly will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, home of the ladyboy:

As the competition nears, online bookies are taking action, and Ponce has grown to become the clear favorite with current odds of +600.

Feminists are unlikely to complain about men horning in on the Miss Universe competition. Camille Paglia is one of the very few feminists willing to question the bizarre and horrifying ambitious transsexual agenda.

Lesson from History: Transgender Mania is Sign of Cultural Collapse – Camille Paglia

Author, art professor, feminist, and cultural commentator Camille Paglia speaks on the current transgender mania, the wisdom of early medical & surgical intervention (calling it “child abuse”), and how the explosion of gender identities is a recurring sign of cultural collapse throughout the history of civilization.

H/T: Moonbattery


22 Responses to “Miss Universe favored to win is a man”

  1. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    What is the world coming to when I agree with Paglia?
    The end.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    There is no doubt in my mind he is going to win because this is all about pushing that agenda and making this look normal. Where and when is this going to end?!

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Bullright Says:

    “It’s showtime, folks!!” – Beetlejuice That about covers it. And Time could make him/her person of the year. At least it would put Christine Ford out of the running.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. the unit Says:

    Oh well, my world…. 🙂

    Liked by 6 people

  5. jtdorsaneo Says:

    shaking my head

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

    Ms. Paglia is right — and it’s terrifying. What’s happening, now, in our Country, in the world, is what happened at the end of previous civilizations before their collapse.

    Can it be avoided?

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Mustang Says:

    Fascinating discussion, particularly about developing trends that only occur in history at the end of a culture. I do not believe that the transgenderization of our culture is an epidemic, but I do think that in cases such as this, particularly involving children, tolerance has overplayed its hand. Where are the child protective organizations in this mix? Good grief!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I am looking forward to hearing/listening to more of her opinions. In Anthropology we studied Native American Indians and recall these individuals were termed “Two Spirit” people. There is early footage out there. As I recall were revered in the very early days.


  8. petermc3 Says:

    I believe they fortuitously got rid of the bathing suit competition so no worries about the bulge. Should the advertisers jump on the bandwagon we will soon be deluged with electronic and print ads featuring miscegenation, Muslims and the sexually confused of every persuasion. We must guard our young.

    Liked by 2 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      Indeed……home schooling now… only hope… Now we know why the swim suit is gone for sure. Actually, this last casket tour has about finished me with TV.

      Liked by 2 people

      • petermc3 Says:

        I don’t remember who wrote it, although I believe it was either Kahlil Gibran or Albert Camus, my reason in part for having boycotted television news for nearly a year now (with the exception of an occasional surf), paraphrasing:
        “When bad news no longer serves a purpose stop spreading it.”

        Liked by 2 people

      • petermc3 Says:

        It may even have been Paramahansa Yogananda’s quip about the spreading of bad news.

        Liked by 1 person

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