Males Allowed to Compete in Brazil’s Famous ‘Miss Bumbum’ Pageant

Brazil has added male transgender contestants to its famous Miss Bumbum contest, but not everyone is pleased with the politically correct addition.
Officials have added two transgender contestants to the national contest that celebrates the female posterior, but some of the natural-born female contestants are very unhappy with the new rules. Indeed some of the women have agitated to have the male-born contestants disqualified, The Sun reported.

For the first time, two contestants who were born male have been allowed to compete in the contest to pick Brazil’s best female rear end. But at least one natural-born woman contestant expressed a complaint with the pageant operators.

Ellen Santana, 31, who is representing the Brazilian state of Roraima, says that the contest is to celebrate women, not men. And so, Santana has taken a public stance against trans candidates Paula Oliveira, and Giovanna Spinella.

“The competition is supposed to be 100 percent feminine, and yet we’re going to have bottoms which are men’s bottoms,” Santana said. “It doesn’t matter if they’ve had surgery, changed their names or sex on a piece of paper.”

She added that she sees nothing wrong with a separate contest for trans people, but said she feels the Miss Bumbum should be only for natural-born women.

Another natural-born female contestant, the state of Paraná’s Debora Porto, agrees that trans contestants should be banned. “I just think that the competition is for women, not for men,” Porto said.

“It’s them who should leave because they are men with a man’s body and a man’s bottom,” Porto added. “I think the whole diversity thing has gone too far.”

Oliveira is taking the criticism in stride saying, “I’m not offended by what they said, because it’s clear they want me out because I’ve got a much sexier ass.”

The first transgender Miss Bumbum contestant added that Santana and Porto are feeling “threatened” because a trans is “more beautiful than them.”

Contest officials are defending their decision to allow transgender contestants saying that they don’t have “male” contestants, but have only invited trans candidates who have fully transitioned.

“As long as these women have undergone sex reassignment surgery, and have become fully women, there is nothing that prevents them from taking part,” Miss Bumbum founder Cacau Oliver said. “The truth is that, by the law, they are 100 percent women.”

Indeed, pageant officials are so serious about their position that they have issued warnings to the women criticizing the trans candidates and reasserted that the contest will continue to “repudiate any form of prejudice.”

“According to the current regulation, the competition freely allows the participation of the transgender candidates, and the other candidates will have to accept them as equals,” organizers said.

“In this year of the World Cup, we want to showcase all the different types of women we have in Brazil,” pageant founder Cacau Oliver added.

Views: 112

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Most dangerous events are trans born as men, can compete against women in sports. Zionist wet, dream and not to many people really care. 


Latest Activity

Sweettina2 posted videos
12 minutes ago
cheeki kea commented on James T. Kirk's video

Welcome to Our Discount Dystopia!

"Awesome. - and a great song from Lee and Nancy."
52 minutes ago
Diana's 6 photos were featured
1 hour ago
Raz Putin favorited Diana's photo
1 hour ago
Diana's 2 discussions were featured
1 hour ago
MAC's discussion was featured
1 hour ago
Burbia commented on Maasanova's photo
2 hours ago
cheeki kea posted a photo
2 hours ago
Diana posted discussions
2 hours ago
Central Scrutinizer favorited Doc Vega's blog post New Revelations on Democrat Lies Obama Ordered Spying on the Trump Campaign Jig is Up!
3 hours ago
Burbia replied to Chris of the family Masters's discussion Climate change scare stories reach the point of psychological TERRORISM… while scientists blame the fear on the “climate crisis”
3 hours ago
Burbia commented on Diana's video
3 hours ago
Burbia replied to MAC's discussion Target Sells LGBTQ Clothing For Children, Funds Group Whose Founder Praised NAMBLA Defender
4 hours ago
Burbia replied to Central Scrutinizer's discussion Bought a Berkey!
"They are great people at Berkey. Was star struck a bit when the lady on the phone was also on…"
4 hours ago
Central Scrutinizer favorited James T. Kirk's video
5 hours ago
MAC posted a discussion
6 hours ago

Please remember this website is supported by your donations...

© 2019   Created by truth.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

content and site copyright 2007-2015 - all rights reserved. unless otherwise noted