Keep Miss Universe for Women!
The Miss Universe competition, a long-celebrated bastion of beauty and grace for women, is about to undergo a seismic shift.
Two transgender contestants, Marina Machete and Rikkie Kolle, winners of Miss Portugal and Miss Netherlands respectively, will be strutting their 100% biologically male bodies on that iconic stage.
This is a moment that should send alarm bells ringing in every corner of our society.
The Miss Universe pageant has always been a symbol of feminine excellence.
It's where the world gathers to admire the grace and talent of women.
For generations, this tradition has defined our understanding of femininity, and been a symbol of excellence for women worldwide.
But now, in a shocking twist, this cherished institution is on the brink of surrendering to the radical trans agenda that likes to pretend there's no such thing as a fixed gender.
Allowing men who 'identify as women' to compete in this global pageant is a stark departure from the traditions that have made this competition a cultural touchstone.
And think about the emotional turmoil this decision will inflict on countless contestants who've dreamt of participating in a competition crafted exclusively for wpmen.
Their hopes and spirations are being trampled upon.
The sudden inclusion of men pretending to be women for the Miss Universe pageant will be emotionally distressing to some of these women.
The aspirations and hard work of these women deserves to be honored, not overshadowed by changing the rules.
Indeed, the potential for men to exploit this decision for personal gain looms large.
Allowing biological males to compete in this global pageant might open the door to unscrupulous men who don't genuinely identify as female but see this as an opportunity for personal gain, and infamy.
That's not what Miss Universe is about.
And what happened to concept of safe spaces for actual women, where they don't have to compete head to head with men?
If the Miss Universe competition is not such a space then, what is?!
Allowing men to compete in the pageant threatens the very idea of gender-specific spaces or events in any setting -- whether it be public toilets, or sporting events.
Finally, the televised Miss Universe pageant has, for decades, been seen as family-friendly entertainment.
In a world where such wholesome viewing is becoming rare, altering the fundamental nature of the pageant will impact on its appeal to audiences. This should be enough for its management to strive to maintain the traditional values and qualities that have made this competition a family-friendly event.
It's now time to take action!
If you believe in preserving tradition and fairness, please sign our petition.
If you believe that gender is a real thing, please sign our petition.
If you believe Miss Universe should be for women, please sign our petition.
Let's stand together to protect the tradition of Miss Universe, ensuring that it continues to shine as a beacon of excellence and empowerment for women worldwide!