George Mason U. selects ‘Gay’ as Homecoming Queen

Road to where?

Road to where?

If George Mason were alive today, yes that same George Mason who penned the original Declaration of Rights for the state of Virginia; but, it was in fact, Mr. Mason’s work that was the adaptation of those rights to the U.S. Constitution–we are certain that he’d be fit to be tied–or more aptly, ‘ropeable’.

Information from: The Washington Post:

George Mason University students have elected a drag queen as homecoming queen.

Student Ryan Allen beat out two women for the title at the small school in suburban Washington, D.C., famous for its run to the Final Four a few years back.

Allen competed under his drag queen persona of Reann Ballslee. (Editor’s note: Humm?)

Allen, who is gay and performs in drag at nightclubs, said he entered as a joke. But he considers the victory one of his happiest moments and proof the school celebrates its diverse student body.

The senior from Virginia’s Goochland County won the pageant about a week ago at a sold-out homecoming basketball game against Northeastern. George Mason’s basketball team pulled off a string of upsets to advance to the Final Four in 2006.


One would think that there would be certain events, traditions, or heritage that would be able to stay out of, better still, be free of this bull squat disguised at ‘political correctness.’

As sure as you are reading American Age, listen in the distance for the cry of ‘discrimination’ by the 1st or 2nd runner-ups or certainly from someone who didn’t advance in the final rounds.

After that discrimination suit goes forth, listen for the anti-discrimination suit to be heard for and on behalf of a person who chooses to dress and act like a female–including a name-change–rather than to be what he is…male.


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