Firstly, Walker wrote an article in the “Feminist Culture” point out: “Child beauty pageants are starting to grow product in the United States, every single American state has at least two articulate for child beauty pageants (Walker). In the article in Cal Poly Entertainment News the author Lindsey point out the Beauty pageant is only dangerous for young girls. The dresser the chemical product that these kids use to be attractive are bad, and all the natural beauty diaper (Lindsey).
The first reason why the Beauty pageant are harmful for children, they grow up fast in the world of beauty, and can speed their childhoods, pushing them to go over fast. For most agency young children can participate since they can squat by themselves, and the most influence is the mother who obligates their kids to participate in the beauty world (Lindsey).
According to the author Coe that wrote “children who participate in these pageants are forced to grow up too quickly and are robbed of their childhood” (Coe). Stress can cause different problems for the children for the self-...
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...ut this. They want to grow up fast and to be famous people.
In conclusion, parents influence too much to the children for the physical beauty pageants, but they need to think the more what decision make for the future of the children, because this competition start like a game and after it will be serious and have delusions. They need to let their child grow up and after if they like, they can support them, but not to pressure for something that not give happy life. Children have to live their life and play enjoy their childhood, not cause negative effects for their life like emotional causes, sexualize, and to grow up fast. They lose time with this pageant and a lot of money for products that need to buy for change their look. Is better to inscribe children and support for academic activity that is good for children and parents, have a prospective for their future.
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