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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
Wouldn't it be kind of like letting a baseball player use steroids to win a tournament, letting a contestant use hormones and drugs to appear like a woman, thus more beautiful, in a beauty contest?
Originally posted by prisoneronashipoffools
but I don't think Paradox will care and will call it anecdotal evidence. Much easier for him to throw out your claim that way, even though it blatantly contradicts his stance.
After all he has his "degree" which he has confused with being a certificate meaning he is always right.
Though I will take the time now to say Paradox should definitely have a degree in after post editing, with the amount of changes they made after the fact.
edit on 3-4-2012 by prisoneronashipoffools because: typosedit on 3-4-2012 by prisoneronashipoffools because: typoedit on 3-4-2012 by prisoneronashipoffools because: typo
Originally posted by OdalisWhitaker
You can look like a woman but until you can get pregnant and have a monthly cycle youre not a woman. Its the MISS universe.
Originally posted by carabao
Jenna Talacova Can compete in Miss Universereply to post by Partygirl
From the article:
"The Miss Universe Organization will allow Jenna Talackova to compete in the 2012 Miss Universe Canada pageant provided she meets the legal gender recognition requirements of Canada, and the standards established by other international competitions,"
A source tells PEOPLE that the Miss Universe Organization "is extending invitation/waiver to Jenna, and they're working on full inclusion for future contestants for 2013."
Case closed, even though I will never understand why anyone would want to be a contestant in any miss or mr competitionedit on 3-4-2012 by carabao because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Darkinin
Ultimately your genetics determine whether you're male or female, or the color of your hair, eyes, etc. Now tell me, does this person still have a Y chromosome or two floating around in its body? The fact of the matter is that the person in question was born with an XY combination, and is therefor a man, and unless he can prove otherwise, he shouldn't be allowed to run around, legally recognized as not being so.
I honestly believe that any person who thinks they're actually a women but is physically a man, or vice versa, is mentally ill, as they believe in things that aren't real, just as my grandma always thought that the aliens were after her, and subsequently locked herself in her room 24/7, with towels pinned around the windows and stuffed in the spaces under the doors.