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Trans Miss Universe Contestant Makes Honest Statement: Having a Vagina Does Note Make Me A Woman.'

Although, not what the male pretending to be a woman, meant they surprisingly defended the factual science based claim that You are born a MAN or WOMAN and it does NOT matter what anatomical parts you add later.

#MissUniverse #Science #FactsMatter

Transgender Miss Universe contestant Angela Ponce said in a recent interview that "having a vagina does not make me a woman" because "I am a woman and already was before my birth."

Ponce — who represented Spain — made history as the first transgender person in history to compete in the Miss Universe contest, ultimately losing.

The Daily Wire reported in early December:

After winning the 2018 Miss Universe Spain pageant, Angela Ponce, a biological male who has undergone gender reassignment surgery and hormone therapy, has not only become the first trans contestant in the Miss Universe competition but the oddsmakers' hands-down favorite.

Before losing the competition over the weekend, Ponce claimed that biology does not determine gender.

"Having a vagina does not make me a woman," Ponce said. "I am a woman and already was before my birth. Because my identity is here [points at her head], not down there. This determines my being a woman."



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