Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Miss USA-envy

The new Miss USA, Rima Fakih, has drawn the ire of the public, whoever that is supposed to include, for being involved in, and having pictures taken of, her during a poll dancing competition. Are you serious? A person involved in a competition that involves some very beautiful and sexy women who are paraded around like meat and participate in a new lingerie portion of the Miss USA pageant is being criticized for being beautiful and sexy?

I don't get it. Is it jealousy? Is it anger? Why does it matter that she was in a poll dancing competition? I think that anyone who is angry over this needs to 1) reevaluate your boring-ass life, 2) grow the fuck up, and 3) stop worrying about someone who has nothing to do with anything.

The Miss USA pageant is not a cabinet position in the government. It isn't a world-leader position. But even if it was, how does it effect the lives of people in the world that a group of women who are known for being beautiful and sexy do things that are considered sexy? WHO CARES!


  1. The whole pageant world has a seriously fucked-up problem: they do indeed parade women around like meat, completely reduced to their appearance, and then further degrade them by imposing a Madonna complex on them. I don't know if Miss USA still has such rules, but when my sisters did pageants, you had to be a "single young lady" and you couldn't be married because it was pretty much implied you were supposed to be a virgin.

  2. I'd watch the pageant if one of them would just get up and say the truth to those asinine questions: "The problem in the world is we breed like rats and fuck up everything we touch..."