One contestant at the Miss Universe contest last weekend dared to speak up to oppose transgender sports, and it isn’t surprising that the media is trying to ignore it.
On Saturday night, Miss Universe Philippines 2023 chose a winner from 38 contestants to represent the country at the coming Miss Universe competition in El Salvador.
The new owner of Miss Universe is Thai transgender celebrity media tycoon Anne Chakrajutathib, who has wakened the pageant’s rules to allow moms, wives, and transgender women to the competition.
With that in mind, the contestants were asked their opinion of transgenderism.
So, the contestants were asked, “Trans athletes are now being allowed to compete in women’s sports events in many international competitions. Do you think that this is a step in the right direction? Why, or why not?”
Ms. Baguio representative, Krishnah Marie Gravidez, though didn’t fall for the BS of the radical, dangerous trans agenda.
“I am all for equality for all genders. I believe that we have the right to participate in any sports. However, I believe that there is a biological reason that we should not allow trans women in the women category, because I believe that there is a right time for that and there is right measurements to be done,” she replied.
In the Q&A portion of #MissUniversePhilippines2023, Baguio’s Krishnah Marie Gravidez said that transgender women should not be allowed in women’s sports events due to “a biological reason.” #MUPH2023 https://t.co/SK6sYklT74 pic.twitter.com/wsSvGaQNML
— Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) May 13, 2023
Is the media talking about Gravidez’ comment?
It is media blackout.
Unfortunately, the beautiful Miss Gravidez did not win Miss Universe Philippines.
But she should have.
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