Brían Nguyen wins ‘Miss Greater Derry’ beauty pageant, which provides scholarships to ‘young women’ –


As Twitchy reported, Admiral Rachel Levine was named to USA Today’s list of “Women of the Year” this spring. This summer, the University of Pennsylvania nominated swimmer Lia Thomas as their NCAA woman of the year. It was a good year to be a biological male competing against biological women for top honors.

This is on a lesser scale, but now we’ve learned that Brían Nguyen has been named “Miss Greater Derry” in New Hampshire; the competition is held under the “Miss America” umbrella.

A biological male won “Miss Greater Derry” which is a beauty pageant in New Hampshire under the “Miss America” organization.

— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) November 9, 2022

Evie reports:

Brian Nguyen became the first transgender to win a title under the Miss America Organization. He was named Miss Greater Derry 2023, landing him a crown and scholarship, as announced this past Sunday. The Miss Greater Derry Scholarship Program provides scholarships to “young women” between the ages of 17 and 24.

“My name is Brian Nguyen, I am 19 years old, and I am currently a freshman at Nashua Community College majoring in Business Management,” writes Nguyen on Instagram. The teen also mentions their initiative titled, “#QueensAreEverywhere.” “This is a media movement that helps the next generation develop self-confidence, realize their potential, and become the leaders of their destiny,” Nguyen explains.

This was a beauty pageant, right? Because we see a lot of attractive girls up there with Nguyen.

I mean, I appreciate the circling…

— Kimberly Klacik (@kimKBaltimore) November 9, 2022

The red circle really wasn’t necessary 😅😅

— Adam Brimson Designs (@AdamBrimson) November 9, 2022

You did not need to circle 😂

— WEF UK (@wef_uk) November 9, 2022

So glad you circled it, otherwise I would’ve never been able to pick this Queen out!

— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conservmillen) November 9, 2022

Might enter next year… 🤭

— The Right To Bear Memes (@grandoldmemes) November 9, 2022

Quite obvious the only reason he won was because he was a man… cause I sure can’t see how he won being judged on “beauty”

— Sarcastic Mama 🖕 (@Sarcastic__Mom) November 9, 2022

If this is like most beauty pageants, this also means those other young ladies missed out on a lot of scholarship opportunity.

— Somewhat Reformed Viking (@SavannahDoc412) November 9, 2022

There are scholarships and grants associated with these kind of contests which were driven as a form of empowerment to biological women to pursue careers and their dreams. Advertisers associated with the contest are geared to biological women. Legal issues are going to happen.

— Frackoff Felgercarb (@FrackoffF) November 9, 2022

Would a biological woman who looked like that ever in a million years win a beauty pageant? Transwomen are being given awards over biological women simply to virtue signal.

— Laura Powell (@LauraPowellEsq) November 9, 2022

Man or not, you can’t say THAT is the most besutiful one. 😂

— Sam Munro (@munro726) November 9, 2022

At this point I think they’re just trolling to get people triggered

Wow, stunning. A clear winner.

It’s like a weird big joke is being played on us. But it’s not 😩

Derry is the setting in a lot of Stephen King’s novels. Just sayin’.

— Witless P. Program, BS, MS, PhD (@RussJoh62988328) November 9, 2022

It’s the home of “It,” the clown in the scary makeup. Oh …

My thoughts are with the men of Greater Derry if this is their offering

— Ricky Forrest (@rickwhufc) November 9, 2022

Y’all know how the Left likes to talk about internalized misogyny?

This is what it ACTUALLY looks like.

— Orietta Rose 🇺🇲 (@dess_ri) November 9, 2022

Don’t be a TERF, now. If you don’t buy into it 100 percent, you’ll be canceled.


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