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'Mommy was a man before': Transgender woman billed as 'first woman owner of the Miss Universe Organization'

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A biological man who identifies as a "mom of two" is being billed as "the first woman owner of the Miss Universe Organization."

"JKN, a Thai-owned media and content conglomerate, today announced the acquisition of the Miss Universe Organization from IMG," according to a press release that describes JKN CEO Anne Jakkaphong Jakrajutatip as "the first woman" to own the organization.

Reuters reported that Jakrajutatip is a star in Thailand who appears on local renditions of "Project Runway" and "Shark Tank."

"I always know that I'm a woman since" the the age of five, Jakrajutatip previously said in a video. "I'm always woman." Jakrajutatip, who is open about being transgender, plans to "tell my children ... 'Mommy was a man before.'"

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"We are incredibly honored to be acquiring the Miss Universe Organization and working with its visionary leadership team. The global reach of the Organization, its relationships with global partners and brands, and its wealth of content, licensing, and merchandising opportunities make this a strong, strategic addition to our portfolio. We seek not only to continue its legacy of providing a platform to passionate individuals from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and traditions, but also to evolve the brand for the next generation,"Jakrajutatip said, according to the press release.

"The Miss Universe Organization is an international, inclusive organization that celebrates women of all backgrounds, cultures, and traditions, and exists to advocate for a future forged by women and good for all," the press release stated.

The bizarre phenomenon of proclaiming biological men to be the first women to achieve anything is one of the many absurdities stemming from those promoting radical leftist gender ideology.

For example, Admiral Rachel Levine, a biological man who is assistant secretary for health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, was described in a press release last year as the "first-ever female four-star admiral" of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.

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