Last investigation on the biological man congratulated for having been the first elected “feminine” of the Miss Universe organization … A queen of the contest calls into question the organization of civil society [VIDÉO].
Published on 17.1.2023
Last year, the Miss Universe organization was bought for $20 million by Thai businesswoman Jakkaphong “Anne” Jakrajutatip. The company that owns the Miss Universe pageant was never owned by a woman, and now they are trying to convince everyone that history was made by Jakrajutatip being the first woman to own the global beauty pageant.
However, despite what they would like you to believe, the contest still does not belong to a woman. Jakrajutatip who is, in fact, a biological male.
Jakrajutatip, 42, the world’s third-richest transgender person, is the CEO of JKN Global Media Public Company Limited, Thailand’s leading global content distribution and broadcasting company.
In October, Ms Jakrajutatip bought out the Miss Universe organization and since then has been hailed as the ‘first woman’ to own the business. On Saturday night, the pageant crowned its 71st Miss Universe, American R’Bonney Gabriel, in New Orleans.
During the final show, Ms. Jakrajutatip took the stage, wearing a dress, to deliver a lengthy speech on feminism and women’s rights, congratulating herself on being the first woman to own the organization of a pageant. of beauty.
After welcoming the audience to the final round of the contest, Jakrajutatip said: ” From now on, [Miss Univers va] to be run by women, owned by a trans woman, for all women everywhere, to celebrate the power of feminism! »
“Diverse cultures, social inclusion, gender equality, creativity, a force for good, and a force for the beauty of humanity,” Jakrajutatip added as the crowd erupted in applause.
The new owner of Miss Universe: “From now on, women will lead it.”
The new owner is a biological male.
Twitter exploded over the new owner’s comments, with many debating whether this was truly an accomplishment for women or just another accomplishment for men.
James Bradley, Republican politician and veteran, criticized the organization for portraying its new owner as representing “women’s empowerment”.
“It’s not FEMALE EMPOWERMENT when the first ‘woman’ to own the Miss Universe pageant organization was born from a MAN,” Mr Bradley said.
Journalist Ian Miles Cheong commented on the absurdity of the situation, saying: “Listening to this Miss Universe transgender owner lecture the public about what it means to be a woman is truly the height. »
Listening to this Miss Universe transgender owner lecture the public about what it means to be a woman is truly the height.
Justine Brooke Murray, Miss North Jersey 23, posted a video on Twitter in which she expresses her frustration at seeing a biological man take away the position of landlord from a real woman.
Murray criticized Jakrajutatip for “explaining to women what the definition of a woman is in a women’s pageant that prides itself on being a feminist movement, but demands that we smile and shut up when biological men kidnap scholarships to real women”.
“The longer we ignore this forced re-education, the harder it will be to stop the gradual and comprehensive rewriting of history and truth,” Murray added, warning of a reality in which women “have no more no space. »
The first female owner of Miss Universe is… A MAN.