Plus Sized Female Wins Miss Alabama & Biological Male Wins Miss Maryland

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Plus Sized Female Wins Miss Alabama & Biological Male Wins Miss Maryland

Two surprising beauty pageant winners have just been announced much to the delight of the woke left.

One was plus sized model Sara Milliken who won the title of Miss Alabama, sparking both criticism and support online.

Critics have claimed that the woke culture has declared war on beauty and that Milliken’s victory bolsters negative stereotypes about Alabama.

Critics have claimed that the woke culture has declared war on beauty and that Milliken’s victory bolsters negative stereotypes about Alabama.

The 23-year-old Atmore resident Sara Milliken won Miss Alabama on her third try over Memorial Day weekend claiming her goal was only to make the top 10 after failing in her previous two attempts.

“Just making it to top 10 was my goal, ya know, I could leave the weekend saying I was better than I was the year before, and it’s all about bettering yourself for me,” Milliken told WKRG.

TGP reports: But woke warriors were not finished destroying feminine beauty. Despite an array of gorgeous and intelligent women to choose from in the Miss Maryland USA pageant on June 1, the judges of the contest instead awarded the crown to a biological male who goes by Bailey Anne Kennedy. The 31-year-old is a military husband, an NCAA D1 Dance Team Captain, and a former NFL Cheerleader Trainee from Montgomery County.

With his win, Kennedy also became the oldest and first transgender person to win the competition.

Kennedy joined DC News Now’s Cory James Wednesday morning to brag about his bogus win. He claimed that the experience was a “whirlwind because I knew it was bigger than me. I knew that it was going to mean a lot for all the LGBTQ kids out there who might feel like they don’t belong in a box – like me growing up.”

Kennedy went on to tell James that he hopes his “victory” will “open up some doors, open up some hearts for people to see that there are many aspects of LGBT community out there and I hope I can be a positive contribution to society in making a difference like the USO program like I’m working with.”

While Milliken and Kenned