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    experience. She was good, but she was being bullied by other girls in her age group of competing. They made an “Anti-Natalie” campaign and were never nice. Even though Natalie suffered this bullying, she says she grew from it. She competed in Miss America, and said that with the help of Miss America she created self goals for herself and it encouraged her to to chase her educational dreams (Stern n.p.). With Natalie being one of many who support pageants, there still is far to many negative signs coming from competing for…

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    Miss USA Pageant

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    Many teen girls dream of modeling in beauty pageants; on a down side, the public has chosen to say beauty pageants sexualize women. However, this is false for the Miss USA Pageant. The Miss USA Pageant doesn’t sexualize women for the reason of having interviews on girl’s personalities, judging on confidence, and how the girls present themselves. The judges mostly look at the girl’s personality. At the beginning of the pageant, each contestant gives the judges a bio about themselves; with…

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    elegance and taste, she is Miss United States (Lawrence).” This song, from the soundtrack of the movie Miss Congeniality, describes amazing women who have been crowned Miss United States. While outside of this movie, in the real world, we do not have Miss United States; we do have other titles similar. Beauty pageants encourage their participants to be the best versions of themselves they can be through building the contestants’ confidence, giving them an unparalleled experience and supporting…

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    community where women would feel comfortable in. Furthermore, the main reason why body image was a problem during the 60s because of the portray of beauty pageants. Beauty pageants such as Miss America would falsely advertise what a “perfect” women is not only towards women but towards little girls as well. When advertising true beauty, girls would have an interception of what is accepted in society. Not only would girls see that putting on makeup is how to transform themselves into models but…

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    no relationship with Serge and did not know about his disability but the reporter countered with a statement that he had already interviewed Trump twelve times and, at one point, was even on a first name basis with him. This Republican candidate has also insulted prisoners of war by refusing to call them, especially Senator John McCain, war heroes despite the torture that they have to endure at the hands of the enemy. However, the most salient of his bigoted views have been directed towards…

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    Pros And Cons Of Pageants

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    rewards. In one year, the Miss America Organization provides more than forty-five million dollars of scholarship aid to more than twelve thousand women. With the help of this non-profit organization and their financial aid, a large percentage of the pageant participants have their degree or are in the act of earning their undergraduate or graduate degrees. Miss America’s Outstanding Teen can win thirty-thousand dollars in scholarships. In its thirty-five year history, this pageant has awarder…

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    How are the different perspectives of parents and children explored in the two poems? In ‘Girl’ and in ‘Little Boy Crying’, Jamaica Kincaid and Mervyn Morris both poems use the perspective of the parents in the poem to convey the message that they are giving. Both the mother and the father are giving advice to their children under different conditions. Kincaid’s mother gives her practical and helpful advice that will help her daughter keep her own house, while Morris talks about the emotions…

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    Children beauty pageants are common in lots of countries started from South America and they have lots of watchers including children and teenagers. Competitors in these pageants are usually blonde and they have blue eyes. Even if they do not have blue eyes, beautiful teeth, tanned skin or blonde hair, they use contact lenses, fake hairs and teeth, spray bronzers and makeup. Children watch them on television while competitors are displaying themselves with their makeup and inconvenient clothes…

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    nails, etc.; glitz and ‘hobby glitz’ for pageants allowing, but not requiring makeup; and ‘natural pageants’ for pageants forbidding makeup” (“Child Beauty Pageants”). Rather than entering high glitz pageants and spending hundreds of dollars on dresses and makeup, women can participate in hobby glitz or natural pageants and spend a fraction of the cost. Although some women enjoy the glamour of high glitz pageants, if money is an issue natural pageants are an easy solution. Another issue at hand…

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    entering these pageants. “I found a great deal of value in pageantry if approached in an intelligent way and in a way that supports your children and helps her find out who she is. Competition is a way of life, learned at an early age.” (Source D). Another piece written by an author who believes that pageants are good for younger girls to help realize what they can accomplish at such a young age. Pageants are a good thing for women of all ages because it helps them find out their true self and…

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