A question for the boys:
Would you tap her even if she had a willy and two balls until the age of 19?
Jenna Talackova, 23, made international headlines after getting the boot from Miss Universe Canada beauty pageant. With a doll-like face, slim figure, flowing hair, bubbly personality and screaming sex appeal, Jenna possesses the winning qualities of a beauty queen, except, she was legally and biologically known as a male four years earlier.
In an interview in 2010, Jenna said that she knew she was a girl at age 4 and underwent gender reassignment at age 19.
Jenna’s expulsion from Miss Universe Canada pageant has solicited worldwide outrage, but to qualify a transgender for Miss Universe Pageant–I don’t feel so comfortable about it. I don’t wish to offend anyone, but that won’t mean no one will get offended, I will say this anyway–leave these institutions of the celebration of womanhood to naturally-born women. You can say all you want but being born a woman and being made into a woman are not the same, and may never will be. If they are, might as well include anyone who will show up in their long gowns and big hair and claim of having feminine feelings.
I have lots of dear gay friends whom I love to bits. I worship beauty in all forms. I support same-sex unions. I have a massive respect for all sexes. But enough with these bulls, please. Let the transsexuals and transgenders be women and feel like women. Give them the gowns, the boobs, the men, the title of Miss, the female cabin crew uniform. But the Miss Universe Crown, really? Give it a rest. The crowns are sacred. And my ovaries are really offended. Enough said.
On a different note, she’s kinda looking similar to Phoebe Buffay. Another question: Who is better looking?