The more than 400 contestants in the Miss California USA and Miss Teen California USA state pageant "will emphasize individuality and push the envelope even further," says Keith Lewis, co-executive of the annual flesh flash. "This year's event will be bigger and reflect the progressive attitudes of the contestants."
Push the envelope even further? Considering the contest’s controversial pornified leather-and-lace photo shoots of the recent past, one might expect that the producer of Donald Trump’s yearly strumpet strut may have in mind to drop all pretenses this time around and opt for an all-nude show.
Certainly the “progressive attitude” Lewis is looking for includes promoting the gay-lesbian agenda. The Los Angeles Times reported on January 7:
Jenelle Hutcherson, 26, of Long Beach and Mollie Thomas, 19, of West Hollywood are the first openly gay contestants in the 60-year history of the state pageant, whose winner will go on to compete in Miss USA, the national pageant.
"That Miss California crown would sure look nice atop the 'hawk," Hutcherson said, referring to her Mohawk hairstyle.
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