Tatiana Molina is the first transgender woman to represent El Salvador in Miss International Queen

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By Marco Echevarria

El Salvador is preparing to be represented by spectacular women in international beauty contests in 2024. This year, the country is ready to return to the rematch and achieve the crowns of different contests.

This year also the Thumb of America will debut in Miss International Queen with the representation of Tatiana Molina, who will have the arduous task of carrying the flag of El Salvador on her chest and obtaining that longed-for crown.

Tatiana won the title of Miss Trans El Salvador in July 2023 under the California Versage organization, but it was until December 30 that she announced to her fans that she will be in charge of competing in Miss International Queen.

Do I want through this publication to share great news that fills me with a lot of joy, since for several years it has become a dream for me and now it is a reality. In fact, I’m going to make history in my life and in the lives of many trans Salvadoran girls who have dreamed the same as me. So tell them that from this day I became Miss International Queen El Salvador 2024 and am the first Salvadoran candidate to step on that stage in Thailand – in the whole history of the contest, Molina said in a publication.

He added: “I know that a great and hard work of preparation awaits me and I really swear to you that this is one of the years most at odds by the caliber of candidates who are going to compete, however, nothing is impossible while working with will and effort, even regardless of the results in the final gala of the contest, since I feel blessed to have the opportunity to be the first trans Salvadoran woman to represent my country in .missinternationalqueen 2024.

The international event will take place in August in Thailand, a country to which transgender women from different parts of the world will arrive in search of the crown.

This article has been translated from the original which first appeared in El Salvador