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She went on to come in second to Miss North Carolina. I stated an opinion that was true to myself and that’s all I can do.” “It is a very touchy subject and he is a homosexual and I see where he was coming from and I see the audience would’ve wanted me to be more politically correct,” she added. I really do, Billy,” noting that on Monday, she had 1,000 messages on Facebook and 2,000 friend requests.
“It did cost me my crown,” Carrie told Billy, who co-hosted the ceremony, on Monday. “But I was raised in a way that you can never compromise your beliefs and your opinions for anything.” But her sister has different beliefs. “She’s a 22-year-old woman who’s in the Air Force who’s extremely educated. That’s what’s so great about being an American – we’re able to have our own opinions.” And Carrie said she’s had plenty of support for her performance since the pageant. As for Carrie’s own love life, she wants to keep it private.
In 2009, Carrie Prejean, the beauty queen who became a household name after she told a nationwide audience that she didn’t believe in the rights of gays and lesbians to marry, published a book.
In it, she detailed the Miss USA pageant’s requirement that contestants parade in front of pageant co-owner Donald Trump so he could separate those he finds sexually appealing from those he does not.
I love you because you stood up for what was right, and it’s not a matter of being gay or not gay, it’s a matter of you competing for Miss USA and getting a question and answering it to the best of your ability.” At the Las Vegas pageant, Carrie took a question on same-sex marriage from judge Perez Hilton, who asked her how she felt on the subject.
“In my country, and in my family, I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman,” she said on Sunday night.
The similarity of the statements made by Miss California and Obama was raised during a May 12 news conference in which pageant owner Donald Trump announced that Prejean could retain her crown as Miss California USA even though she failed to reveal she had posed in her underwear as a teenager.
The Donald also came to Prejean's defense about her gay marriage comments.
In a column for the , Anna Holmes brings up the "Trump Rule," as described by beauty queen Carrie Prejean, in her book about the Miss USA pageant.
“He is a great man,” she said on rumors of dating Michael Phelps, laughing in response to Billy’s questions.
Officials for the pageant – owned by tycoon Donald Trump – said Miss Prejean was being dethroned for contract violations over "unwillingness to make appearances on behalf of the Miss California USA organisation.
Naomi Wolf, in her similarly titled 1991 book, called a version of this bias “The Beauty Myth.” Many people recognize it by its other name, i.e., “sexist nonsense women have been subjected to for decades.” And Trump, who is threatening to run for president, is one of its most prolific practitioners.
The world was reminded of the Trump Rule earlier this month, when New York Times columnist Gail Collins published a piece detailing how “The Donald,” in a fit of pique worthy of gossip blogger Perez Hilton, once sent her a copy of her column with the words “Face of a Dog! Collins, it should be noted, is just one of many targets of Trump’s gender-specific hostility: Last year, the master media manipulator was accused of asking the men on “The Apprentice” to rate their female peers, based on appearance, just one of a number of sexist decisions he’s made over the show’s 11 seasons.