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All of the contestants, including girls as young as six, change their clothing and undress in common areas, with no males, including contestants’ fathers, allowed in that space to protect the privacy and comfort of the contestants. The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms has said it is defending Canada Galaxy Pageants, a beauty pageant for women and girls based in Toronto, for reasons of “safety and security” against serial complainant Jonathan “Jessica” Yaniv. Yaniv, a man, applied to be a contestant in the pageant in May 2019. He was “tentatively accepted” in the “28 Years and Older” division, but then told by Canada Galaxy Pageants that their policy is to only accept as contestants females and “fully transitioned” transgender individuals whose male genitals have been cut off. Yaniv has not yet completed “sex reassignment surgery.” All of the contestants, including girls as young as six, change their clothing and undress in common areas, according to the Justice Centre, with no males, including contestants’ fathers, allowed in that space to protect the privacy and comfort of the contestants.

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