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Little Girls and beauty pageants (Should/Should not be allowed to participate.
Showcasing their talents is good like "Little Miss Talent". Imitating the other major beauty pageants - wearing make up, I think is not good.
I've never been a fan. Why start them so young competing for beauty or the cutest or most talented? Make-up on a preschooler is ridiculous.
I was never in favor of them and always thought they were exploitative. But I’ve since changed my mind. My daughter has several friends who have participated and have younger siblings who also participate in pageants and it seems to be, overall, a positive experience for them. The kids seem to enjoy it and it boosts their self-confidence. The pageants I’ve been to have been no worse than some of the dance/music recitals, gymnastics competitions, or horse shows my own girls have participated in. Seems to me the positive or negative experience has everything to do with the type of pageant (there are different types some of which allow no makeup at all) and the parents involved.
by Tammy5 years ago
Are beauty pageants detrimental to young girls?A pageant mom may loose custody of her daughter for dressing her toddler up as Dolly Parton with breast and butt inflatables. Are pageants hurting young girls?
by dgdsgsrye8 years ago
are beauty pageants good for little kids?
by KK Trainor24 months ago
I am wondering what you think of beauty pageants as they relate to women's rights and feminism. Do they demean women or are they a great confidence builder? Do they teach women to do good things, as the winners are...
by InfoFinder5 years ago
What are the pros and cons of child beauty pageants?Should the pageants be allowed and supported? Or, should there be a minimum age before children can participate in competitions?
by Stacie L2 years ago
Should Steve Harvey be banned from hosting any more beauty pageants?He made a terrible mistake and humiliated the winner and second runner up by mixing up the names. He reportedly did not go to all the rehearsals.
by silverstararrow5 years ago
Even before reality shows became an everyday reality, we've had numerous beauty pageants doing rounds all over the globe. Contests for women, men, children, babies, pets etc. How do beauty pageants help in a country's...
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