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Philippines transgender crowned Miss International Queen in Thailand, hopes dad acceptance

Friday, November 2, 2012


A transsexual beauty 21 years old from the Philippines was crowned Miss International Queen 2012 in Thailand's Pattaya beach resort, on Friday - and expressed his desire to be finally accepted as a "daughter" of his father.

Kevin Balot was crowned winner in the Miss International Queen 2012 beauty pageant transgender / transsexual on Pattaya 2nd November. Some 21 participants from 15 countries, all males born, competed in the event of one week for the Miss International Queen 2012.

"Someday I want to go to Europe and represent my country in the Philippines. So I'm very proud to present the beauty of gays back to our country, the Philippines."

Seri Wongmontha, head of the judging panel, said: "We really looked at her in the first round, because she is lovely, and her personality is very nice, and the way he responded to the question she is very intelligent.".

After the parade, Balot said:

"I am very proud to be the first time here, and I hope my dad will accept. Because in the family I am the only boy, and my dad has high expectations of me. I did. Stole International Queen Pageant, and I think my dad is going to accept me as not only his son but also as his daughter. "

21 participants from 15 countries dazzled in the Miss International Queen 2012 held in Thailand's Pattaya beach resort on Friday, competing for the crown in the annual contest for transvestites.

The final contestants were selected from over a hundred entries from nearly 30 countries, and a competitor said the transvestites and transsexuals competition offers the opportunity to show their potential.

"Someday I want to go to Europe and represent my country in the Philippines. So I'm very proud to present the beauty of gays back to our country, the Philippines," said Balot, who had participated in three contests transvestites Philippines but was competing abroad for the first time.

As the winner of Miss International Queen, Balot travel to represent the transvestite show. She will also receive $ 10,000, a crown of a famous jewelry store in Thailand and other gifts.

Filipino transvestites were four contestants in the final stage, but only two reached the final ten.
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