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Subject: The old format would never work either, times have changed and longtime fans are outside the market reach for potential sponsors. A lot of people forget that money is needed to organize and produce these pageants, and every time it is getting harder and harder. I dont think pageants are relevant either, they are just mere entertainment and yes, there will always be a niche for them, as long as there are enough insecure girls in the planet who need a crown and fans telling them that they are pretty. Just like hot dog eating contests, or monster truck events, or dog shows. They are harmless, they are entertaining. But pageants need to recognize what they are, a T&A show with a question made to crash and burn these girls, and some fake charity thrown in to make it relevant.

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Date Posted: 02:42:12 05/26/20 Tue
In reply to: Old Fan/New Name 's message, "People say pageants are not relevant. So if they're not, why do so many women compete? There must be some relevancy. Miss USA/Miss Universe should take stock in that they're a beauty pageant and excel their best in that aspect. Hey, how many of us would watch the pageant if they went back to the format of the 70's and 80's?" on 09:20:12 05/21/20 Thu

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[> [> [> Subject: These women are not insecure. And while I agree some do come up with a fake charity. There are a handful that have been working for their cause for years. And to some of these girls its more than a crown. Its tradition and pride. Al bigger platform for their REAL charity.

Why are you even on this board if you hate pageants? Perhaps you are the one who is insecure.
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Date Posted: 09:27:05 05/27/20 Wed

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[> [> [> [> Subject: I think that even fake charities can be beneficial to an extent. Even if it is for a few days, a contestant volunteers anyways and the image of her volunteering is shown in the media, either social media or on TV, etc. And it DOES encourage people watching to volunteer. I do not know how many days or weeks did Olivia Jordan volunteer at "Children of the Night" in Tulsa, and by no means I am saying it was a fake charity... But she was living mostly in California and if, let's say she volunteered only a few days in there, it is still beneficial for them and she mentioned this organization. I checked it in depth, some people likely donated there hearing from her what they do.

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Date Posted: 15:54:04 05/28/20 Thu

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