It's sick out there and getting sicker

When doing radio commentary out of New York City, the legendary Bob Grant would often say on his program, "It's sick out there and getting sicker."  If only he knew how true his words were. 

News out of Manila is that 25-year-old Angela Ponce has just been crowned Miss Universe-Spain and will represent the Philippines in the 2018 Miss Universe pageant.  The trouble is that "Miss" Ponce is a man who "transgendered" in 2015.  If you're interested in seeing Angela Ponce receive his crown, take a look.  

There were no reported protests, but rather celebrations as this unprecedented crowning came in during the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community's Pride Month.  This smells like an engineered coincidence to me.  And in case you're wondering, the Miss Universe Organization has been on board with allowing trannies to compete since 2012.  Who knew?

Where will all this craziness take us?  And what do real women have to say about having to compete with men, first in women's sports and now in beauty pageants?  Will women next have to compete with men for marriage partners?

The demons released by the Sexual Revolution have been liberating and fun for many, but eventually, the decadence inherent in it will take society off a cliff.

When doing radio commentary out of New York City, the legendary Bob Grant would often say on his program, "It's sick out there and getting sicker."  If only he knew how true his words were. 

News out of Manila is that 25-year-old Angela Ponce has just been crowned Miss Universe-Spain and will represent the Philippines in the 2018 Miss Universe pageant.  The trouble is that "Miss" Ponce is a man who "transgendered" in 2015.  If you're interested in seeing Angela Ponce receive his crown, take a look.  

There were no reported protests, but rather celebrations as this unprecedented crowning came in during the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community's Pride Month.  This smells like an engineered coincidence to me.  And in case you're wondering, the Miss Universe Organization has been on board with allowing trannies to compete since 2012.  Who knew?

Where will all this craziness take us?  And what do real women have to say about having to compete with men, first in women's sports and now in beauty pageants?  Will women next have to compete with men for marriage partners?

The demons released by the Sexual Revolution have been liberating and fun for many, but eventually, the decadence inherent in it will take society off a cliff.