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Meet Sibabalwe Gcilitshana, The First Openly-Gay Miss South Africa Finalist

The competition also made history by having plus size women for the first time ever and also for declaring that transgender women are eligible to enter the competition.

Meet Sibabalwe Gcilitshana, The First Openly-Gay Miss South Africa Finalist
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