Miss Undesirable features 'men in drag'

Amanda Kilcrease
Contributing Writer     

   Itís that time of year again - and what makes it feel more like spring than men in drag? 

   Itís time for the guys of the University of Arkansas at Monticello to put on their tube tops and pantyhose, and strut their stuff. Yes, the girls of Sigma Sigma Sigma bring you their annual Miss Undesirable Pageant.

   This year, the show will be held Wednesday, April 20, at the Patio Cafť. The pageant will begin at 7 p.m. For those of you who have not had the opportunity to witness a Miss Undesirable Pageant, it is a night to remember. Guys volunteer to dress up like women, take on an alternate identity and compete for the honor of being recognized as the least desirable transvestite on campus. The contestants are judged in different areas of competition including talent and question and answer. 

   Last year’s winner was “T-Whit” and the runner-up was Benas Matkevicius. If any guys are interested in participating in this event, contact Hannah Hackney, Vanessa Crawford or any other Sigma Sigma Sigma on campus.    

   The admission for the Miss Undesirable Pageant is $3, but if you want to save a couple bucks, bring a canned food and get in for $2 cheaper. Good luck to the Tri Sigmas and all of the contestants.  May the best man (or gender-confused individual) win!

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