Incredibly obese woman crowned as NAM Alabama as collapsing culture celebrates self-harm and gluttony
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In its effort to promote fostering a positive self-image by enhancing natural beauty within, the National American Miss (NAM) has chosen to crown an incredibly obese woman during the recently concluded pageant that searched for the girl who would best represent the state of Alabama in the finals level. The announcement that oversized model Sara Milliken bagged the title sparked both criticism and support, creating a massive divide in people’s views of pageantry, beauty and health as well as woke culture.

Milliken took the crown at the NAM Alabama finals on Memorial Day, earning her a spot in the organization's national finals in Florida in November. The self-described plus-size participant first entered a NAM competition in her teens and failed to place at the state-level show twice before. "No matter what your body looks like, no matter where you come from, you can do anything you set your mind to," Milliken said in a recent WKRG interview.

NAM scores contestants on a wide range of skills and attributes, including "personality, confidence and communication," according to the organization's website. Points are awarded for volunteer work and academic achievements, the site states, adding that "braces, glasses, skin problems, varying heights, weights and appearances, are all a part of creating the special and unique individual that you are and that we want to celebrate." The pageant's website further said that participants share their hopes and dreams in a one-on-one interview, meet with a selection panel, introduce themselves on stage to an audience, prepare a resume and volunteer in their community.

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Her win received warm congratulations and support from a lot of people who support the "woke" ideology NAM was rolling out to people. "Great to finally not see some 100lb, blonde hair blue eyes who wants world peace win!" David Junior wrote on Facebook. "Congrats to Alabama and this Queen!"

But to some people, her victory is motivated by something deeper in connection to other people's vested interests. "I hate this kind of thing because it inevitably turns into people mocking the winner when it's not even her fault. The problem with this is of course that it's just a denial of reality. For most people, beauty is based on proportion and symmetry," a user replied to a tweet on X that announced the winner. "Choosing a winner who is clearly not a stereotypical choice but checks a talking point (body acceptance) just pushes our society further into cognitive dissonance and pretend-mode. Again, this is not an attack on the young lady, but rather an attack on the people who used her for their political and social signaling."

A comment on a Facebook post implied that the incident also promoted wrong ideas. "Calling her beautiful is fine and good that's all in the eye of the beholder. But let's be honest with ourselves... she's extremely unhealthy and this is a slap in the face to the young girls who have worked hard and maintained a diet to actually be a beauty queen."

Some 37.9 percent of adults in Alabama are obese, making the southern state the U.S.'s seventh-fattest, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). West Virginia is the most obese state in the nation, with an obesity rate of 41.3 percent. The CDC defines obesity in adults as a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher. A BMI of 18.5 to 24.9 is considered a healthy weight.

American pageantry insanity continues as transgender woman wins Miss Maryland

Now transgender contestant Bailey Anne Kennedy has won Miss Maryland USA on Saturday. The pageant leads up to the Miss Universe competition, which has allowed transgender participants for more than a decade. (Related: Miss Universe pageant goes BUST after pitting real women against FAKE trans women.)

According to the official Miss Maryland account's post on Instagram, Kennedy's victory marked multiple firsts, the first transgender contestant and the first Asian American contestant. The title holder was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She was also the first to win the crown at age 31, which is past the old limit of 28 years old, the first married contestant to win and the first military officer's spouse to win the state-level competition in 67 years.

"As a military spouse and as a proud trans woman, I hope to display this in a positive light and as an immigrant myself, the immigrant tenacity, I hope to showcase that to people, and hopefully inspire somebody along the way," Kennedy said.

Kennedy told DC News Now's morning anchor Cory James that the moment of victory was like "a whirlwind because I knew it was bigger than me. I know that it’s going to mean a lot for all the LGBT kids out there who might have felt different and might feel like they don’t belong in a box, like me growing up, so I hope that my win will be a delicious invitation for them to be themselves."

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