Miss California USA. The advertisement , which accuses same-sex marriage backers of trying to silence opponents like Ms. Prejean, is the latest step into advocacy for the year old Miss California. Prejean, who started giving interviews to the news media shortly after the Miss USA pageant.
Miss USA 2009 same-sex marriage controversy
Miss USA same-sex marriage controversy - Wikipedia
Carrie Prejean loves fame almost as much as she hates gay people. On the Today show this morning, Miss California announced that she'll milk every second and every penny that she could from the attention she's receiving work with the National Organization for Marriage on a campaign opposing gay marriage. I am here to protect traditional marriage. I was attacked for giving my own opinion on stage. I am going to do whatever it takes to protect marriage. That's all I am here to do. Come on now.
Miss California appears in anti-gay marriage ad
Utter intolerance and lack of diversity is on display again as Miss USA contestant, Carrie Prejean, voiced her opinion opposing same sex marriage. Perez Hilton is certainly to be admired as he went from utter obscurity to become one of the most well known bloggers in the celebrity gossip as news circles. Admittedly, this is deeply depressing for bloggers such as myself who at least tell ourselves that our blogging time and the copious reading, research, musing and writing that go with it is well spent on important topics. Perez Hilton has reached such celebrity himself that he is not only commonly known online but has appeared as a guest on various television shows. Do you think every state should follow suit?
All those pretty ladies prancing around in swimsuits and ball gowns, exhibiting talents like hula dancing or baton twirling. What is surprising is that it has become newsworthy. Prejean is Miss California, crowned in a state now known as much for Hollywood and Disneyland as for Proposition 8. Prejean quickly became the silver bullet of the antigay-marriage bloc, signing on as the spokesperson for the National Organization for Marriage. After all, anti-gay activists would have us believe that the upsurge of support for marriage equality is a result of radical judges and legislatures, not a reflection of an overall change in attitudes.