On Nov. 8, the JKN Global Group – owner of the Miss Universe Organization (MUO) – filed a petition for business rehabilitation with the Thai Central Bankruptcy Court. A copy of this filing was also sent to the Stock Exchange of Thailand. The court accepted the petition the following day.
In 2022, JKN Global Group purchased MUO for $22 million. At the time, JKN Global Group CEO Anne Jakrajutatip – a male-to-female (MTF) transgender – described the acquisition as "a strong, strategic addition to [the company's] portfolio." But according to bank records, MUO appears to be anything but steady.
Despite this bankruptcy filing, MUO released a statement reiterating that the show must go on. "We confirm that Miss Universe 2023 will be held in El Salvador on Nov. 18, where a top-notch experience provided to our fans will remain our top priorities," the statement read.
In October, MUO received much backlash for allowing biological males to compete against real women. "Trans women are women, full stop," Jakrajutatip told CNN at the time. "We are here to celebrate women, full stop. This has been true for more than a decade, and we're proud to have made this change very early on, compared to other programs."
The JKN Global Group CEO's October remarks followed the coronation of flight attendant Marina Machete as Miss Portugal. Machete's coronation as Miss Portugal gave the transgender titleholder a spot at the Miss Universe finals in El Salvador. Aside from Machete, Rikkie Kolle – another MTF transgender and incumbent Miss Netherlands – is also set to compete in the Nov. 18 pageant.
The inclusion of Kolle and Machete in the pageant followed that of Spanish transgender contestant Angela Ponce, who joined in 2018. Ponce did not advance to the finals, however.
A month before being crowned Miss Portugal, Machete posted a video lamenting that "rising levels of transphobia and intolerance are alarming worldwide." Nevertheless, Machete said it was "heartwarming" to see that MUO "is so inclusive, breaking boundaries and creating a platform for women not only to empower them but as well to create real changes in their own communities."
Just like in women's sports, MTF transgenders are erasing biological women in beauty pageants. One instance in November 2022 perfectly encapsulated this scenario.
Breitbart reported that biological male Brian Nguyen won the Miss Greater Derry 2023 title in New Hampshire. The transgender pageant winner took to Instagram to celebrate grabbing the title from 12 other biological female contestants. (Related: Biological MALE wins beauty pageant in New Hampshire.)
"In the 100-year history of Miss America, I have officially become the first transgender titleholder within the Miss America Organization," Nguyen wrote. "No words can describe the feeling of having the opportunity to serve … and represent my community for the very first time at Miss New Hampshire. I am so honored to be crowned your new Miss Greater Derry 2023, and I am thrilled to show you all what I have up my sleeves. This will be an amazing year."
Alongside the crown and title, Nguyen has also earned a scholarship. The Miss Greater Derry Scholarship Program prides itself in "providing scholarship opportunities to young women in the greater Derry area since 1987." The Miss Greater Derry pageant is also "part of the Miss New Hampshire and Miss America family," the scholarship program's website states.
Visit GenderConfused.com for more stories about MTF transgenders taking over biological female events such as beauty pageants.
Watch JKN Global Group CEO Anne Jakrajutatip announcing that Miss Universe will "be run by women" – including fake transgender ones.
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