‘In the 100-year history of Miss America, I have officially become the FIRST ‘transgender’ titleholder within the Miss America Organization...’
Brian Nguyen, a man who claims to be a woman, won Miss Greater Derry 2023 in New Hampshire, making Nguyen the first trans man to won a title in the Miss America Organization that was created exclusively for women.
“In the 100-year history of Miss America, I have officially become the FIRST transgender titleholder within the Miss America Organization,” Nguyen wrote in an Instagram post.
“No words can describe the feeling of having the opportunity to serve my community and represent my community for the very first time at Miss New Hampshire.”
“I am so honored to be crowned your new Miss Greater Derry 2023, and I am thrilled to show you all what I have up my sleeves. This will be an amazing year,” Nguyen added.
But taking away the crown and title from a biological female wasn’t enough. Leftists also gave Nguyen the scholarship.
“The Miss Greater Derry Scholarship Program touts itself as an entity that has been ‘providing scholarship opportunities to young women in the greater Derry area since 1987,’” Breitbart reported.
“The Miss Greater Derry pageant is also ‘part of the Miss New Hampshire and Miss America family.’”
Even though a federal appeals court ruled that beauty pageants can’t be forced to allow men who pretend to be women to compete against women, Leftists still don’t care. Over the past few years, trans men have been dominating traditionally female areas.
Last summer, Kataluna Enriquez, a trans man, won the title of Miss Nevada USA. Other trans men like Valentina Sampaio and Leyna Bloom have appeared in Sports Illustrated‘s annual Swimsuit Issue.
Critics have argued that trans men have destroyed women’s sports by taking away from actual biological women their opportunities, awards and scholarships because of trans physical advantage.
Transgender Lia “William” Thomas, is among the infamous, crushing women’s records in swimming competitions, and received first place at the NCAA Division I national championship.
The same thing happened in May when another trans man, a prize-winning surfer, dominated women’s surfing competitions in Australia after identifying as a woman.