Why Miss Universe needs to keep kicking ass
December 30, 2017 - miss universe
After all it is a marathon of sorts, and to win a pretension means subjecting yourself to a tiresome training fast that includes several rounds of parading in a prolonged robe to prominence your royal glamour, sashaying about in a swimsuit to denote your sex appeal, smiling forever to uncover your receptive beauty, garnering likes and votes on amicable media to infer your influencer potential, enthralling a judges by displaying your attract and intelligence, and so on.
And let’s face it, winning a beauty pretension is a pass to fame, resources and opportunity. But it only seems a small tone-deaf in a nation where assault opposite women is frighteningly widespread. It also seems anachronistic, when noticed by a prism of real, and hopefully lasting, changes to a patriarchy that has prolonged oppressed and objectified women in so many tasteless ways, that this is still a foe that measures a woman’s value on a basement of her looks initial and foremost.