Stand for Women’s Opportunities in Pageantry
Make Your Voice Heard in a Landmark Case Over the Future of Women’s Pageantry
What’s the problem?
United States of America Pageants is under attack for producing a pageant that celebrates and empowers women. The lawsuit demands that USOA Pageants admit men into its female-only pageant. But the pageant, its participants, and the women who participate in similar pageants across the country have the right to associate with other women to express themselves, gain confidence, and achieve greatness.
What’s at stake?
If USOA Pageants can be forced to admit men as contestants, women will lose an important platform to collaborate with other women, serve their communities, and secure other confidence-building opportunities. This would be a loss for girls and women who aspire to the crown.
Where do you come in?
Whether you are a current or former female participant or titleholder of any pageant in any division, this case presents an opportunity for you to speak up.
Stand for the right of women to be empowered through pageantry by joining a friend-of-the-court brief that explains the opportunities that pageants provide for women, how the camaraderie amongst women would be affected by the presence of men, and how women deserve the chance to perform in beauty pageants designed for women.
Please read the fine print. It’s important!
- To ensure that your voice is heard, sign up below by September 21, 2021.
- Even though you’re signing today, once the legal brief is complete, you’ll be sent a copy via e-mail so that you can opt-out if you no longer wish to join.
- There is no cost to you, and you will not be responsible for any fees associated with the brief.
- The only information that will be shared with the Court is your name, pageant involvement, and title (if any). All other contact information, including your e-mail, is provided in case the legal team needs to contact you about the legal brief.
- By signing on to this brief, you will receive free legal representation that is limited to submitting the brief to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.