Miss Gay Contestants Deserve Respect not Insults

Miss Gay Pageant Celebrates their own Sexuality

Somewhere along the way, something went different. Someone was different enough to be misunderstood. As it seems, ideas and practices are very much capable of reproduction. Where there was one, now stands many and more is expected to join the dance as the world and everyone in it continue to age and grow. With the vitality and excitement in a beauty pageant born out of the purpose of having the world realize its women more, it really is no longer any wonder why our homosexual friends wish to be seen as a beauty worth parading in a gallantly decorated stage; in a miss gay pageant that celebrates their own sexuality and uniqueness.

Miss Gay Contestants Receive Insults to Clueless Crowds


Miss Gay contests have marked festivities for so long they have become a welcome tradition. And as the date nears, the candidates and their own band of loyal friends, makeup artists and wardrobe managers gather in lively preparation – hopeful to be the stars of the show. And there, on stage, they are queens of their own kingdoms. But what is to be a celebration of a unique kind of beauty is trampled upon and openly regarded as an extension of an inside joke; a well-lighted ceremonial insult; a richly decorated comedy performance w here the candidates are part of a cruel mockery set by the unforgiving, clueless crowds.

Miss Gay Contestants aren’t Comedians to Laugh at

Everyone needs to be regarded as beautiful and worth parading at one time or another. And though gays are not entirely women who could painfully force the masses to regard them as soft, sweet and beautiful goddesses, they ARE beautiful; talented and humor abundant, alive and very much human. Must they be so easily handed over to an audience that happily throws away sarcastic comments, insulting puns and sharp remarks like bullies towering over a cornered clown because somewhere along the way, they were the ones different enough to be misunderstood? No. It is human aberration to make them laughingstocks just because you can.

Miss Gay Pageant is not Immoral

A moral tradition can very much be gay pageants – to entertain, to celebrate the beauty and art of being gay, to crown them as beauties in their own well-deserved space. What makes such ‘tradition’ immoral is the far from classy and derogatory approach of this world’s society to its existence.

Crowned Gay Pageant beauties, not Crowned Comedies

Pageants are created for many positive reasons. They are held for many honorable and dignified beliefs. Should you hold a gay pageant – organize so as to make it beautiful and worthwhile; call for participation so as to make sensible and reasonable fun. In their own stage, in their own pageant, under their own limelight, our gay friends must be given enough importance – crown them so as to make them crowned gay pageant beauties, not crowned comedies.

Author: gaucallantajr

Gau Callanta Jr. is a beauty pageant walk and talk trainer. He teaches proper walking posture, speed & ambiance, head & eye movements, stage strategies, and on how to answer pageant questions. Contact him for training (Dagupan City, Pangasinan, Philippines.) or purchase his PDF pageant question and answer reviewer and manual by texting at (+63) 920 236 7033 or at (+63) 956 864 3925