At a press conference Tuesday for transgender beauty queen Jenna Talackova, civil rights attorney Gloria Allred said her client never asked to see Donald Trump's male anatomy, reported.

Miss Universe Canada officials said on Friday that Talackova could not compete “because she did not meet the requirements to compete despite having stated otherwise on her entry form,” a reference to the fact that Talackova was born male.

The organization released a statement on Monday saying that the 23-year-old Talackova would be allowed to compete “provided she meets the legal gender recognition requirements of Canada, and the standards by other international competitions.”

Allred, who is representing Talackova, said she wanted pageant owner Trump to eliminate the rule.

“Jenna entered this competition and gave the pageant her time, her best efforts and her money,” Allred told reports on Tuesday. “She did not think for one moment that what she might have looked like at birth would be relevant. She did not ask Mr. Trump to prove that he is a naturally born man. Or to see the photos of his birth to view his anatomy to prove that he was male. It made no difference to her. Why should it have made a difference to him?”

“I am a woman,” Talackova said. “I was devastated, and I felt that excluding me for the reason that they gave was unjust. I have never asked for any special consideration. I only wanted to compete.”

Pageant organizers responded in a statement: “Gloria Allred's statements to the press today pay no mind to the fact that Mr. Trump and the Miss Universe Organization made the fair and just decision in allowing Jenna to compete in the Miss Universe 2012 Canada pageant.”

Talackova, a Vancouver resident, has identified as female since age 4. She began transitioning at the age of 14 and underwent gender reassignment surgery at 19. Her driver's license, birth certificate and passport state that she is female.