By Cassandra Szklarski
“I never thought I would be wearing [the] crown of an advocate and it feels really good, I feel very honoured,” Ms. Talackova said one day after losing the Miss Universe Canada title to fellow Vancouverite Sahar Biniaz.
“I was training for eight months, I was very dedicated and all of a sudden I was disqualified and for something that was so unjust. And now I’m a heroine in a lot of people’s eyes and it’s just made me so humbled and I wake up pinching myself.”
Ms. Talackova fell just outside the winner’s circle Saturday night, when she was cut after making the Top 12.
I didn't figure she'd win. Just because Miss Universe is about objectification, and no guy will admit to being attracted to a woman, knowing she used to be a man.
But either way, if the Donald has no issue with her being there, no one else should. It's his pageant, and a general rule about such things is "my production, my rules".
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