A veritable flood of diversity has washed over the Miss America contest this year. You want beauty? There’s some I suppose. You want ugly? You got it. Nonwhite? Yep. And a lone dyke thrown in for good measure.
Hopefully, the Miss America competition will shut down soon due to financial losses and not be revived until a real beauty contest featuring normal, beautiful white girls is created in New America (or should we call it alt-America?)
The contestants fighting for the crown at this year’s Miss America pageant are as diverse as the states they represent.
The women from all 50 states, as well as Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, have descended in Atlantic City, New Jersey, filled with talent and ambition.
Miss Missouri Erin O’Flaherty is notably the first openly lesbian contestant to win a state title, while Arianna Quan, the first Asian-born Miss Michigan, is hoping to shine a light on immigration.
Others are armed with big dreams to work in a zoo with penguins, dance alongside Beyonce and volunteer at an orphanage with NFL quarterback Tim Tebow.
Social justice warriors seem to dominate the descriptions. Not a one is willing to say, “I’m looking for a good white man whom I can marry and have a family with.”
Pageant organizers would poop in their pants if a girl came out with that line. As they would if a girl gave the Nazi salute or showed off her swastika tattoo in the swimsuit competition. I’m assuming they still have the swimsuit competition but something tells me the feminists killed it off.
The pageant, now in it’s 96th year, will be a star-studded affair with judges including singer Ciara as well as Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas.
Contestants appeared in their crowns and sashes earlier this week ahead of the preliminary rounds on Tuesday as they gear up for the nationally televised finale scheduled on September 11.
In addition to performing their unique talents, the contestant will champion a specific cause, whether it’s raising awareness of allergies or fighting cyber bullying.
Miss Missouri Erin O’Flaherty has made headlines for becoming the first openly lesbian contestant to win a state title in the Miss America pageant.
After expressing her joy, she was careful to point out that her tenure as Miss Missouri ‘will not be solely about the fact that I’m gay’.
‘While I honor the LGBT community and I am proud to be part of it, I have goals that have nothing to do with my sexuality. I encourage people to understand that this is who I am but it’s not all that I am.’
She has chosen to shine a light on suicide prevention, an issue she says is particularly important with young gay people.
It makes you wonder what color her favorite strap-on dildo is. If Erin didn’t want to be defined by her carpet munching, then why did she bring it up?
Miss America has clearly embraced the harebrained idea that any race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation can be Miss America. How long before a trans “woman” is a contestant, I wonder.
I’m sure there may be a few traditional girls mixed in with the uglies, but here are two that aren’t.
And here’s the last black Miss America, Caressa Cameron, from the 2010 contest:
Was it really true that in 2010 there was NO white girl in America with better qualifications than hers? Give me a break.
If we can’t have our own country, can we at least have our own beauty contest?
A white America should have a white Miss America. A Miss China should be Chinese. A Miss Japan should be Japanese. A Miss Nigeria should be black as coal. And so on. It’s only fair.