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originally posted by: CreationBro
Kinda #ty, but if a woman with a smokin hot body walks by me and has clothes on, 99% of the time, the clothes dont hinder my observations....nor my blood flow.
originally posted by: RowanBean
originally posted by: SaturnFX
Its about time they get with the program and start covering up the women! Its sinful skin that must be obfuscated...for progressivism and feminism and stuff.
now, if we can only get rid of the ankle exposure...
Uh progressivism and feminism have nothing to do with it. It's the potential contestants who don't want to walk around scantily clad.
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
So what's the line on this change "coincidentally" taking place right before an influx of muslim contestants enter the pageant?
Miss America is also confronting dwindling viewership as people turn away from live televised events.
i really dont know much about the competition save for the blurbs you see when miss bubblehead dont know what a map is or some #
originally posted by: tribal
way to catch the Zeitgeist guys! This will be totally awesome! I'm sure there are just MILLIONS of people who cant wait to tune into a show whose premise is how wonderful the non physical attributes of the contestants are.
Next up, removing the female only requirement and letting anyone who virtue signals with their made up identity also compete.
After that robots and animals....i mean...why not?!?!?!?
Everything the Left touches turns into a stinky dumpster fire of rotten excrement.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
They also said this:
"We will no longer judge our candidates on their outward physical appearance. That's huge," Carlson said, adding that the competition would now welcome women of "all shapes and sizes."
So a beauty pageant is no longer about beauty?
It appears it is just going to "identify" as a pageant but actually be a debate....LOL!
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: TinySickTears
good change i say
Needless change for political correctness I say.
The female form is a thing of beauty why should it not be admired.
originally posted by: lucia2389
As for me, honestly, I don’t see the need for beauty pageants and competitions and would rather see them disappear altogether. Not the bikini though. If all goes well in our world, one day, everybody will be entitled and have a right to their individual tastes and preferences without guidelines, ideas of political correctness and their reinforcements.