June 2024

Beauty contests need more diversity and inclusiveness and ……..

(Friday blog)

I’m taking it easy again today and using another of the short videos recommended by a reader. (I’ll probably go back to more serious stuff at the weekend)

Today’s video is about beauty contests. The progressive, holier-than-thou, virtue-signalling libtards are demanding that beauty contests should be more diverse and inclusive and less patriarchal and less sexist and blah blah blah blah.

After all, why should pulchritudinally- and gravitationally-challenged women not be allowed to win beauty contests?

That’s discrimination against these lovely creatures who have just chosen to be themselves rather than to cravenly conform to some patriarchal, male-imposed, unachievable image of what a beauty contest winner should look like:

In fact, why shouldn’t six-foot-five hirsute, heavily tattooed, bearded men with lumberjack muscles and legs like tree trunks not be allowed to win beauty contests if they decide to self-identify as women/girls on the day of the competition? It’s discrimination, right?

And what about gravitationally-challenged men?

Shouldn’t they also be allowed to win the Miss World contest? After all, it might lower their self-esteem if they’re not allowed to win the Miss World contest. (By the way, that’s not me in the photo – well, at least not quite yet)

In fact, I’m thinking of buying a burkha, entering the Miss Great Britain contest and then suing for “Izlumophobia” if I don’t win.

I agree with the looney libtards – beauty contests should be open to all, regardless of looks, age, sex or attractiveness.

I stand up for oppressed majorities – anyone should be able to win a beauty contest.

Anyway, here’s the organiser of the Miss America contest explaining that participants will now be judged on their “social impact initiatives” rather than their physical beauty. Good grief!

(Tomorrow’s blog – how to discuss with a libtard)

3 comments to Beauty contests need more diversity and inclusiveness and ……..

  • Stillreading

    It’s high time we started to call the gravitationally challenged what they are – self-indulgent, weak-minded and idle (you can’t be anything else weighing what many of them do). If they want to destroy their own health, abuse their bodies and go to early graves, then let them get on with it, but not at my and other people’s expense please and don’t try to make me look at them in the name of beauty! In the UK the obese are costing the NHS more and more and the costs will continue to rise as they lose limbs to Type 2 diabetes and require constant care. They aren’t “beautiful”, they are, frankly, repellent. The concept of human beauty has remained more or less constant over the millennia – just look at ancient sculptures and marbles for affirmation. To attempt to skew that idea – which is born of what is naturally most efficient for survival of the species – is yet another indication of Western civilisation’s accelerating fall into the abyss.

  • J G Fields

    If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then there must be a roaring trade in guide dogs.

  • william boreham

    On a more serious note, my heroine and what she writes is even more pertinent to us here in England.

    June 27, 2018

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