Activists Sue Beauty Pageant, Accuses Them of Judging Contestants ... By Their Appearance
Pageants have come under fire over the past few years. If it isn't a man attempting to get up on stage and strut his stuff, it's the organizers caving to pressure to make everyone happy. But, of course, no one wants to tear down such an oppressive relic of the patriarchy faster than a good old-fashioned feminist!
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The Miss France pageant is now fighting its own war against the feminist horde after a group called Osez le feminism (Dare to be a feminist) filed an appeal against the competition. What exactly did this group of frumpy hags have against the pageant? They said in a statement that "Miss France contestants perform a work service and therefore should be protected from prejudice under French employment law."
Now, it may just be me, but I think they are really stretching the term work pretty thin. But that's their argument. They seem to take issue with a few of the requirements to compete in the pageant, which includes being at least 5'5" tall, never married, no children, tattoos, smoking, and a few others. France also banned children under 16 from competing in pageants to avoid the hyper-sexualization of minors—something I think we all support.
Frankly, I don't see an issue, but I'm a man, so take that with a grain of salt, I suppose. Shouldn't the pageant be allowed to set its own rules and requirements? If these feminists want a different kind of pageant, why don't they organize one? I don't think anyone would tune in, but they can certainly give it a try.
Until we get a whole group of women who want to give stump speeches like Miss New Jersey, I won't be turning in. And, in all honesty, I could not care less about pageants outside of mocking purported feminists for ruining yet another thing.
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