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Jul 22, 2013

Miss Gay Goddess Belize 2013

On Saturday, protestors in favor of the existing laws of Belize took to the streets of Corozal Town in demonstration against the content of the Revised Gender Policy 2013, as well as a constitutional challenge brought against the government by Caleb Orosco, who is seeking to have repealed Section Fifty-three of the Criminal Code.  While that religious crusade winded down after several weeks of touring the country, a group of openly gay men was making final preparations for Miss Gay Goddess Belize 2013 later that night.  Amid the controversy surrounding the pageant, many have expressed disdain over such flamboyant display of homosexuality, despite the fact that it was being held privately in Belize City.  Notwithstanding public criticism, the organizer, who goes by the pseudonym Chuck Chuck, spoke about its success with a reporter from Love FM.

 

Voice of: Chuck Chuck, Pageant Organizer, Gay Belize National Pageant

“Last night Gay Belize National Pageant finally had the opportunity to host our pageant here in Belize City.  It was a great success.  We had a few people who came out and it was a great show.” 

 

Reporter

“Now there are some controversies in regards to the pageant when it was scheduled to be held in Orange Walk.  Why was it decided to have it moved to Belize City?”

 

Chuck Chuck

“Well there are two main reasons why we came to Belize or why we changed the venue per se.  For one, I was concerned about the safety of my guests attending the event.  I wanted to ensure that the event would have been a peaceful event for us and secondly, we found a better location in Belize.  And that’s two of the main reasons why we came here to Belize.”

 

Reporter

“Are you somewhat thinking of or worried about the backlash that this pageant probably will receive from the wider community?”

 

Chuck Chuck

“I’m not.  We have received a lot of support from the community, to say the least.  I believe that the churches are the only ones actually that are actually up in arms in all of this but the community has been supporting us.  We’ve gotten a lot of support from the local businesses, internationally as well.  We’ve received a lot of support, so I’m not concerned about whatever they wish to do after this.”

 

Reporter

“Now, how many people attended this pageant and was there any money raised?”

 

Chuck Chuck

“We received approximately at the start of the event, there were approximately ninety-seven persons in attendance and we had people coming in after the event pretty much.  Some people were concerned about their safety due to the first protest that was staged in Orange Walk so we had people coming in after the event.  But roughly it was about, I would say, a hundred and seven at the end of the night.  We did garner funds from the event in the thousands; we did actually make some proceeds from that.”

 

The Miss Gay Goddess Belize 2013 was initially scheduled to be held in Orange Walk Town; however, public outcry prevented the organizers from proceeding with the pageant there.

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43 Responses for “Miss Gay Goddess Belize 2013”

  1. Belizean says:

    Nasty Hell Stuff…Very nasty, and this type of behaviour is only setting up the country for terrible problems: Financial instability, pension problems, marriage messes, all kinds of misunderstanding way beyond any normal fuss, disagreements of who is the head of the house, and thousands of other sicknesses and complications that these gays are not aware of.

  2. sickntired says:

    Belize city more dangerous than orange walk. I no think no church people interested in hurting anybody. But fi sure a lotta people woulda want peek at the queers. Very entertaining.

  3. Belizean says:

    Did you guys notice “International support” ? Ok that settles it, this country is being raped by the FOREIGN arena!!1

  4. Whappy says:

    Ok, this is a first! Funny thing is, they have more contestants than Queen of the Bay and Miss Belize. Sad times ahead for Belize as things will only get worse. I guess men want to be goddesses now, and nobody nuh wah be man. Pretty soon this behavior will be seen as socially acceptable, weakness will be praised and this lifestyle will be taught to your children as being normal, and society will eventually degrade itself.
    If there is one thing we can learn from all of this is that we need to get unified and fight against these things if we do not want these things to happen to us. Just as UNIBAM is fighting for what they want from the system, we need to fight for what we want: better education, more industries to provide jobs so that we can support our families, better quality of life, less corruption, and more positive opportunities for our children and future generations.
    The 2 party system is failing Belize, just as it has failed in other countries. We can’t want everything we see on TV or in America. Miss Gay Goddess is just the beginning of what is about to happen to our society. Lord help us all.

  5. Buju says:

    This da why we cant tolerate this gay agenda

    first we say leave them as long as they dont bother us

    They they are out in the open

    Now they are brave and holding pageants

    I cant stand these ungodly people

  6. Refinery says:

    Ok I can’t say that I hate these people, but reading this has made me sick to my stomach and, makes me feel sad for what has become of my country that I love so much.

  7. Simone says:

    Gay and god in the same sentence? Can’t you see belize- they are throwing it in your faces even now when it is not legal imaging If they win- they are laughing at god and the straight

  8. Common Sense says:

    Look at the state of those men dressed up as women…..No way that “Natural” at all.
    Freak show at Halloween.

    Sallams wa Ramadan Kareem

  9. Barbie says:

    This is so not acceptable…these people are pushing over the limit…asking for too much now…our country has to be stronger. So sad our government is tolerating this type of behavior and issue. This is not America but Belize. Enough with us having to watch them on the bus, in the clubs or walking down the street, having younger kids expose to seeing these type of people and their wicked behavior. Now they want to have pageants..next it will be their own political party they will be forming. Our country is full of wickedness..reason why we can”t progress…

  10. Jackie says:

    if it is correct and right- why use pseudonyms and hide your faces from the camera? Why not grant an interview plain like everybody else does it? Why hide?

  11. Bmp chic says:

    NASTY i TELL YA ….plain NASTY

  12. Tiffany says:

    What is our country coming to. I must admit I know individuals that are gay and I don’t have anything against them but when they want to come with this foolishness then it’s another matter.

  13. May says:

    Wait until little boys demand to use the little girls room as is now happening in the United States.

    Is Belize prepared for all the implications of the international LBGT agenda?

    Also, what influence are foreign governments having on this? Namely the US, the EU and the UN?

    Can a country really be independent if foreign countries can have such an influence on that country’s internal affairs?

  14. antigay says:

    My Dear PM,

    Have you enjoyed this pageant? What cross your mind and how did you feel about it? Honestly i felt like vomiting because of the disgusting behavior of these people. Now that you saw what they can do now when the ruling is not out yet, just your government approving the new policy, imagine what they can continue to do. I pray that this will cause you to think again and revamp this new gender policy. Belizeans will have greater respect for you if you do not lead this nation on the way it is going. May God Bless you and your Cabinet.

  15. Paty says:

    What is Belize coming to?

  16. Moses Sulph says:

    Presently Homosexuality is a criminal offense in our country and untill our people decide that this law is to be change it is illegal. I am not certain why there is no arrest, if a person by their admission admit to be in a gang they would be arrested because they are breaking the current law, i expect to see all those who are openly breaking the law to be arrested…

  17. May says:

    A bill that would make it illegal to discriminate against transgender Canadians was approved by the House of Commons on March 20th, 2013.

    Shortly before Wednesday’s vote, Calgary MP Rob Anders tabled a petition “on behalf of thousands” of Canadians opposed to what he called “the bathroom bill.”

    “These constituents feel that it is the duty of the House of Commons to protect and safeguard our children from any exposure and harm that would come from giving a man access to women’s public washroom facilities,” Anders said.

    But the law passed anyway. So if you go to Canada don’t be surprised if you see men in the bathroom for women. The reason I point this out is because it is obviously that the LGBT movement is strong and international in scope. You have this going on in Canada, gay marriage being legalized in the UK. You have the rulings in the United States. So no one can say that there’s not an international component to this.

    The people of Belize are going to have to decide whether they want to “go with the flow” on this or to resist. But please understand the implications of this. Some cultures are further ahead then others on this but they are all going in this direction. By the way if you want to see the direction that the LGBT movement wants to take the world, if you can stomach it, search for something called “Up Your Alley” a public event going on in San Francisco USA next weekend.

    Do I think such an event will be seen in Belize soon? Well It all depends on what you consider soon. I could see something like that happening within a decade or so.

    One of the saddest photos I think I ever saw was a photo from another event they have in San Francisco at the end of each September called “The Folsom Street Fair”. It was of a little child dressed in leather “fetish” clothing. I don’t know if you can find it, but if you Google “Michelle Malkin” “Folsom Street Fair” she mentions it in an article she wrote.

    “Veronica Kruschel, 2, drinks water while her twin sister Zola enjoys the Folsom Street Fair environment. Their parents Gary Beuschel and John Kruse (not photographed) watch nearby while having a lunch break.”

    This happened in 2007. And the photo reaches a new level of disturbing. I so wish I didn’t have to bring your attention to it, but unfortunately, that is the stark reality this world is facing including Belize due to this LGBT attack.

  18. May says:

    A bill that would make it illegal to discriminate against transgender Canadians was approved by the House of Commons on March 20th, 2013.

    Shortly before Wednesday’s vote, Calgary MP Rob Anders tabled a petition “on behalf of thousands” of Canadians opposed to what he called “the bathroom bill.”

    “These constituents feel that it is the duty of the House of Commons to protect and safeguard our children from any exposure and harm that would come from giving a man access to women’s public washroom facilities,” Anders said.

    But the law passed anyway. So if you go to Canada don’t be surprised if you see men in the bathroom for women. The reason I point this out is because it is obviously that the LGBT movement is strong and international in scope. You have this going on in Canada, gay marriage being legalized in the UK. You have the rulings in the United States. So no one can say that there’s not an international component to this.

    The people of Belize are going to have to decide whether they want to “go with the flow” on this or to resist. But please understand the implications of this. Some cultures are further ahead then others on this but they are all going in this direction. By the way if you want to see the direction that the LGBT movement wants to take the world, if you can stomach it, search for something called “Up Your Alley” a public event going on in San Francisco USA next weekend.

    Do I think such an event will be seen in Belize soon? Well It all depends on what you consider soon. I could see something like that happening within a decade or so.

    One of the saddest photos I think I ever saw was a photo from another event they have in San Francisco at the end of each September called “The Folsom Street Fair”. It was of a little child dressed in leather “fetish” clothing. I don’t know if you can find it, but if you Google “Michelle Malkin” “Folsom Street Fair” she mentions it in an article she wrote.

    “Veronica Kruschel, 2, drinks water while her twin sister Zola enjoys the Folsom Street Fair environment. Their parents Gary Beuschel and John Kruse (not photographed) watch nearby while having a lunch break.”

    This happened in 2007. And the photo reaches a new level of disturbing. I so wish I didn’t have to bring your attention to it, but unfortunately, that is the stark reality this world is facing including Belize due to this LGBT attack.

  19. May says:

    Type in “Veronica Kruschel” to Google Images and it is the first image that pops up. I am so sorry I have to show you this but do you want the children of Belize to be dressed like that?

  20. May says:

    Two-year-olds Zola and Veronica Kruschel waddled through Folsom Street Fair amidst strangers in fishnets and leather crotch pouches, semi and fully nude men.

    The twin girls who were also dressed for the event wore identical lace blouses, floral bonnets and black leather collars purchased from a pet store.

    Fathers Gary Beuschel and John Kruse watched over them closely. They were proud to show the twins off.

    Gosh, this even offended people at this public event in San Francisco USA.

    “Why do (these people) bring kids here? This is a leather fair for god’s sake,” said Bahran Aliassa, who was masturbating in public. He has been doing it annually for the past six years.

    Gosh, you know the world is going to hell when it takes someone who is mastubating in public to express some common sense.

    But on the “bright side” the Folsom Street Fair brings in thousands of tourists to San Francisco. Perhaps when you start having one of these types of events (their goal is to have events like this worldwide) it will be good for business.

  21. May says:

    Oh, but you say NOT IN BELIZE! That Folsom Street Fair might happen in San Francisco USA but NEVER in Belize.

    Well I ask you, ten years ago did you think “Miss Gay Goddess” would ever happen in Belize?

    The LGBT movement wants THE WORLD turned into San Francisco.

  22. May says:

    “Have we reached the edge of edgy?” Mark Kliem asks in a story on San Francisco Carnal Nation. Kliem is referring to a group that makes custom leather fetish gear for kids that he stumbled upon at the Folsom Street Fair last month.

    That was in 2010! It keeps on getting worse doesn’t it. This is what the LBGT community ultimately wants for Belize. That’s what the LBGT community ultimately want for the worl.d

  23. May says:

    Go to Americans for truth (about Homosexuality) web site and it will tell you all about this Folsom Street Fair and how Children are involved in it. It will show you this year’s poster. Please understand this is all happening on public streets in this city like some sick Carnvale.

    In 2003 did you think they would ever have Miss Gay Goddess in Belize? I am not saying you are going to see Belize’s version of the Folsom Street Fair next year, but in 2023? Would 2033 even be too far away? Depending on your age perhaps it won’t happen when your children are still kids, but perhaps it will when your grandchildren are kids.

  24. May says:

    Folsom is the creepy cousin of “gay pride” and “diversity” — there would be no Folsom Street Fair were there not first a “gay” revolution, with its ground zero in the homosexual Mecca of San Francisco. But it is the goal of the LGBT to turn the world into San Francisco. Don’t comfort yourself by saying “That’s just San Francisco” or “It could never happen here”. Well could “Miss Gay Goddess”? I mean even five years ago could such an event be held in Belize like it just was? So things can change fast.

  25. May says:

    Just this month in the US State of California a bill passed that allowed students to decide which bathroom to use. In Colorado USA “Colorado Rights Division ruled in favor of Coy Mathis in her fight against the Fountain-Fort Carson School District. “Her” is really HE, a first grader born as a boy who didn’t have any surgery but wants the world to think of himself as a boy.

    I think the Colorado situation is even more telling than the California one. In Colorado they used some kind of general “Transgendered Rights” language similar to what you will find in your own revised Gender policy, and used it to get that ruling. I doubt many of the politicians in Colorado realized when they passed such language that this was the agenda of the transgendered. Well if they did I bet they didn’t admit it to their constituents. No, they probably told them, this just meant that they shouldn’t be harmed. Like Colorado didn’t have a law already that said people shouldn’t be harmed for any reason? I could go Colorado and just beat someone up “just because”? Certainly not!

    Question? Does Belize have on its books right now saying that it is against the law for one citizen to beat up another? If so then, like every other citizen that that law applies to, transgendered people are protected already. So, if it is ALREADY illegal to beat up a transgendered person (as it is to beat up anyone else) what do the transgendered people really want with this new language?

    Perhaps your local politician is being fooled, perhaps he or she is trying to fool you., but if they tell you “this is about a transgendered person not being physically harmed” you tell them that they are indeed already protected like everyone else. Explain to them where such language led Colorado. And if they say “well that would never happen here”, well if that comforts you then fine but don’t be surprised when indeed in a few years lawyers do start using the language to get little boys into girls bathrooms.

  26. May says:

    In the US State of Maine they have in front of the Maine Supreme court the question of if a boy can use a girls bathroom. What is frustrating is that the press promotes this idea by calling the individual “her’. He might look like a girl and think he is a girl but not to get too descriptive he has something that no girl has.

    In all these recent cases what is important to understand is nothing less than use of the opposite gender’s bathroom is acceptable to these people. And while perhaps there are other cases most all of the court cases I have seen it is the male who wants in the female bathroom.

    I did read briefly an article from 2007 where the people in an Idaho USA college made a separate bathroom for the transgendered. I wonder how it worked out because indeed, now they are so bold to say that’s not enough. So even if they start out in Belize saying they just want a separate bathroom, pretty soon they will be wanting to go into the opposite gender’s bathroom.

  27. May says:

    I focus on the US because that’s my people, but in further proof that this is world wide in 2008 University of Manchester in England, they changed it so that the ladies’ lavatory was simply relabeled “toilet” while the mens’ became “toilets with urinals”.

    I don’t know if that continued but the “Bathroom Wars” have been raging for quite some time now.

    But in recent months it does seem to be speeding up. In the United States state of Oregon a high school did create some unisex bathrooms giving students a “Third Option”. This is being done on behalf of transgendered people in the school but in the long term I don’t think they are going to find this acceptable. After all part of the reason they want to use other genders bathroom is so society can recognize their delusion. Just giving them a separate bathroom doesn’t do that.

    And the article did call it a “Third” option instead of a “Second” one so it could be a case where some transgendered people would want to use the “Other” bathroom but still others would want to use the other gender one.

    By the way Oregon’s Laws sound a lot like the “Revised Gender” language your government is proposing. In 2007, the Oregon state legislature passed the Oregon Equality Act, which forbids discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity in several “critical areas,” including public school education.

    When they say “discrimination” they mean among other things not being able to use the bathroom they want. They want to have all three options.

    So at the very least all of Belize’s schools are going to have to build more bathrooms. But, no, as the Colorado case shows, that won’t be enough for them. They want to have at least the option to use the other gender’s bathroom.

  28. May says:

    Robert Kosilek, who was convicted of killing his wife, is now jailed in a Massachusetts USA prison and legally changed his name to Michelle. Kosilek, 57, wants the state Department of Correction to pay for a sex change operation.

    Yes, these things are really happening in this world. The only question is whether Belize will go along with it.

  29. good man says:

    i think that pageant have been going on for years now, just that this is the first time they are announcing it publicly…..i have heard of this before……so i am not surprise……America coming to Belize slowly, Belizean ask your selves, do we want this? is this a good thing? how will be benefit from this? you make the decision….????????

  30. Laura says:

    Wow, I can’t believe how much hatred and bigotry is expressed in the comments here. Judge not, lest ye be judged.

  31. DISGUSTED says:

    BELIZE, BELIZE, MY USED TO BE SWEET BELIZE!!!!! Where are we heading? Mr. PM what in the world are you thinking of considering this Gender Policy? (you think its a good proposal) Are you a God fearing person? If you are you would know that this is out-right wrong. My fellow Belizeans please wake up and stop worrying party politics and let us unite for the right reasons… We cannot afford to turn Belize into a FRUITY BASED COUNTRY!!!! Look carefully, our PM is obsessed with what Obama likes in the US because he is black… We are not America and will never be like America. gay goddess pageant – what the F*@#? WAKE UP BELIZE!!! WE ARE BEING OVERRIDDEN BY gays thanks to the GOB and US…. Take your pick the old Belize we all know and love or Americanized Belize!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  32. May says:

    Laura this isn’t about hatred. No one should be physically harmed for their mental illness. Why add additional burdens to a person whose life is going to be terrible enough due to their poor choices. We need to have pity for these people, not hatred.

    But pity is pretty hard, I admit when they are trying to push their lifestyle upon us. I accept live and let live but they want to force us into accepting what is wrong as if it is rigtht.

    We don’t have to hate these people but we can’t allow them to dictate to us their perverted sense of right and wrong.

  33. BT says:

    “Push their lifestyle upon us”… “shoving it in our face”?? Were any of you forced to attend the private event? No. So get over it. What people do in private is their own business. The problem with too many people if they don’t want to admit LGBT people exist in the first place. Well they’re here, they’re queer… get used to it. At the end of the day it makes no difference to your own life no matter how much you want to rile yourself up about other people’s intimate business.

  34. Belizean Pride says:

    I guess Laura and BT we’re in the show then, why so much support. The thing is that when God brings it’s punishment not only they will suffer the whole country cause we the rest of the country aren’t trying to hard to stop this blasphemy from getting worst.

  35. May says:

    It matters if they are using my children’s bathrooms!

  36. May says:

    It matters if they are using my children’s bathrooms!

  37. Melonie says:

    This is just the beginning. Soon they will want to have kids, teach homosexuality in schools, take down all the crosses, have yearly orgies parades. It will only get worse. Sin is rampant, fight this as much as you can. DON’T LET THEM DO THIS TO YOUR COUNTRY !!

  38. Belizean says:

    If its intimate business @ BT Then why the hell, are you guys trying to impose this PUBLICLY?? Answer that!!!!!!!!! You sick people are trying to put this in our CONSTITUTION…So what is that called huh? None of our business I guess is what you call it even if the intention is to change the constitution? Man, what contradicting hell bound bastards you are..

  39. UKVisitor says:

    I am amazed to see such small minded comments, I was considering investing in Belize but these comments are making me reconsider. We are all equal and deserve respect from others, my gay employees are hard working, honest, trustworthy and reliable. They work when others won’t and are genuine about who and what they are. The law is antiquated and your anti gay comments are uneducated and ignorant. If you take every extreme as the norm you should look at the disgusting things that straight people have done over the years and then you might see that we see what we want to see in others that are different. Love is love be it man or woman, so a few gays like to dress up and be flamboyant and express themselves but there are billions of gay guys that don’t. Open your minds and your hearts and you and Belize will benefit. There is a large world out there with people that would love Belize, welcome everyone and you will truly benefit as a country and a population, your warmth and acceptance will be rewarded. Continue with these sort of backward comments and you will stay in the past. Tourism and industry brings all sorts with it and discrimination will put investors, like myself off considering Belize as a suitable country. Think again before you comment and look at your own family, would this venom be directed at your son, daughter, brother or sister? Would they not deserve your love and understanding? Or should they be scared to be who they are in fear that you would disown them? As for the grace of God go I.

  40. Rev. Thomas says:

    Jesus said: Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment. John 5:25 King James Version.

    I am shocked by so much hate and un Christian judgement just because a man wants to dress as a girl. . Why so much hate and judgement in our beautiful country from people that call themselves Christian? I think Jesus would be horrified if you listen to his words in the bible above. As a priest I feel the only way you can all be so judgemental is if you are afraid of your own sexuality and hidden desires. How else can you have so much hate and fear in your hearts.

    Many black or Hispanic people have been discriminated against and know how unfair that is and now you do the same just because they are not the same as you.

    If you call yourself Christian – Shame on you. Even the pope spoke 2 weeks ago and said that gays should be treated the same and we were all children of God. Sexual preference has no evidence for equating to pedophilia. I hoped this kind of backward thinking died with the crusades.

  41. REV. THOMAS says:

    As Jesus said: Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment. John 5:25 King James Version.

    I agree with the above comment.

    I am shocked by so much hate and un Christian judgement just because a man wants to dress as a girl. Why so much hate and judgement in our beautiful country from people that call themselves Christian? I think Jesus would be horrified if you listen to his words in the bible above. As a priest I feel the only way you can all be so judgemental is if you are afraid of your own sexuality and hidden desires. How else can you have so much hate and fear in your hearts.

    Many black or Hispanic people have been discriminated against and know how unfair that is, and now you do the same just because they are not the same as you.

    If you call yourself Christian – Shame on you. Even the Pope spoke 2 weeks ago and said that gays should be treated the same and we were all children in the eyes of God. Sexual preference has no evidence for equating to pedophilia. That is just fear talking.

    I hoped this kind of backward thinking died with the crusades. When will our country develop out of this backward thinking?

  42. Frank says:

    Something else Jesus said was that you will know them by their fruit. What have Christians produced? Caused the death of hundreds of thousands of people and continue to spread hate. And they dare to use Jesus’s name to do it. You “finger pointers” are the ones God will judge. Hypocrites!

  43. Louis says:

    Just take care of any religious people. Hypocrites.

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