Miss California’s Topless Controversy
Will she have to surrender her crown?
Bible-thumping Miss California, Carrie Prejean, has a big problem with gay marriage. But not so much with showing off her bare breasts.
As you surely know by now, photos have surfaced on TheDirty.com of the Miss USA contestant posing topless. This is the same woman who proclaimed on live national television that she opposed gay marriage, because, “I only believe in opposite marriage. No offense.”
None taken, Miss Prejean. As long as you don’t take offense with me calling you the big H word. No, not horsey. Nope, it’s not ‘ho either. (But you’re getting warmer … ) The word of the day is – hypocrite!
The titillating topless pics only show Miss California from the back with a little boobage on the sides. But isn’t it a little two-faced for pageant pretty to lecture us about what consenting folks do with their bodies in their private time?
Miss Prejean told the Today show that her response to Perez Hilton‘s question about gay marriage wasn’t politically correct, it was “biblically correct.”
Cuz we all know how down those apostles were with T&A.
According to Gawker, pretty Prejean says the whole topless photo scandal is “a smear campaign against her for opposing gay marriage: My comments defending traditional marriage have led to intimidation tactics that seek to undermine my reputation and somehow silence me and my beliefs.”
As one commentor on the site pointed out – wow, those gay people are pretty fancy, being able to go back in their time machine and force you to take naked photos of yourself just so they could use them later to intimidate you.
I guess the lesson here is that people in nude photos shouldn’t throw out discriminatory drivel.
Meanwhile, in a bid to shake off the dust of all this bad PR, the Miss California USA pageant directors have pulled together an PSA entitled, “”I Believe … The Beauty of California,” which, purportedly, celebrates the “diversity” of California.
A gaggle of gorgeous girls speaks lines such as: “I believe when I express my opinion I have a responsibility to do it in a way that respects others who may not agree … I believe in love … I believe when two people with opposite views communicate with love and respect both points of view can be heard … I believe no one should be silenced if they are speaking from their heart with respect … I believe in the beauty of California.”
The current – for now – Miss California did not participate. Guess “diversity” isn’t at the top of her list of concerns at the moment.
Though Carrie Prejean is holding on to her crown despite encouragement for her to step down from others in the beauty pageant world, her reign may be short lived. A decision from pageant officials — and yes, Donald Trump himself — is expected any minute now. An “insider” claims even more graphic photos will soon be released — of course the flawless, moral Miss California denies their existence.