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Masculinized women among Miss USA 2007 contestants
Mostly a compilation of the more masculine contestants in the upcoming Miss USA 2007 beauty pageant, to be held March 23, 2007...
Miss Alabama – Rebecca Moore, Miss Alaska – Blair Jane Chenoweth, Miss Arizona – Courtney Lorraine Barnas, Miss Arkansas – Kelly George
Miss Colorado – Keena Lea Bonella, Miss Florida – Jenna Edwards, Miss Idaho – Mandy Lynn Rammell, Miss Indiana – Jami Stallings
Miss Kansas – Cara Renee Gorges, Miss Louisiana – Elizabeth Bienvenu McNulty, , Miss Missouri – Amber Marie Seyer, Miss Nevada – Helen Salas
Miss New Jersey – Erin Abrahamson, Miss North Dakota – Rachel Leigh Mathson, Miss Tennessee – Rachel Smith, Miss Wisconsin – Caitlin Shea Morrall, Miss Wyoming – Robyn Anne Johnson
I ignored candidates if I could not obtain their clear pictures and also those with non-excessive masculinization, but it should be clear that the prevalence of women with masculinized faces is non-trivial.
The following six women are not easily assigned to the female sex based on their face pictures.
Miss Connecticut – Melanie Mudry, Miss Massachusetts – Despina Delios, Miss New York – Gloria Sophia Almonte, Miss Oklahoma – Caitlin Irene Simmons, Miss Pennsylvania – Samantha Johnson, Miss Vermont – Jessica May Comolli
The following women appear to be the best looking from a general public perspective.
Miss Minnesota – Alla Igorevna Ilushka, Miss Mississippi – Jalin Wood, Miss Utah – Heather Nicole Anderson
Miss Ohio – Anna Melomud
If the four women immediately above do not obtain the top four slots and Ms. Melomud does not win the crown, then I hope that the judges have their homes infested by cockroaches and other vermin. Amen!