• On beauty pageants

    Mauricio-José Schwarz:

    If some people want to compete for something that is not illegal and they accept being judged by others according to certain pre-established rules, it’s another game, like all the games we human beings play. I don’t understand the bitter ones who want to ban (they always want to ban something, it’s like an irresistible temptation, most of their “solutions” go through repression) these events because they “give a wrong idea of women”. Are such contests meant to give an idea of women? Whoever thinks so must be very foolish. And should the Nobel be rejected because it gives a wrong idea of ​​the average intelligence of humanity? And the Olympics give a wrong idea of ​​the athletic ability of human beings? It seems that they are victims of frankly mousy hates.

    How come some people think they’re fighting misogyny by telling women what they can and can’t do with their bodies?

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    Article by: Ðavid A. Osorio S

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