After the initial shock and awe ('Aw, isn't "she" cute!') wore off, I smelled a rat.
First clue was the lower photo. It was not proportioned correctly; no professional media provider would do such a sloppy job.
Next, I reread the article and found numerous spelling ("thou") and grammatical errors, most notably not ending past tense verbs with -ed ("look" vs. "looked") and the lack of commas where there should be commas.
I searched the Internet for the news article and found nothing.
I aslo searched for "Lafayette Reporter" and its esteemed writer "Helen Rodriquez" and came up empty. (The article even misspelled Rodriguez!)
I did find a Lafayette Little League in Louisiana, but there was no "Beth Sadler" among its staff and no mention of a "Little Miss Lafayette" pageant, nor the fact that "Jacob Sadler" was its winner.
Finally, I performed a Google Image search for the photos and the only other place they appear is on crossdressing-related websites that republished the same article.
And so it goes.
|Wearing Emma & Michele.|
|Winner of the 2014 womanless beauty pageant at Northview High School in Century, Florida.|