Analysis of Beauty Pageants in American Society

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In American society the promotion of beauty pageants and the like, are in direct relation to the physical and emotional issues arising within women. Like such television shows encouraging and persuading young girls to participate in these activities. Society supports the notion of giving females opportunities to experience and put the act of perfection out. Society puts these females out as role models when they are a complete opposite of how a normal teenage being and young ladies should appear to society on an everyday basis. The display of body figures and facial appearances lead to unhealthy decisions and eating disorders. An appearance, motive, goal, image whether it’s a personality call or look wise; society has taken an overstate view of an actual human being. Overview of Argument: When it comes to beauty pageants, the key word is “Beauty” according to the phrase “She has beauty, she has poise.” Pageants put out that you must meet their poise level to even make it to the conclusion of the pageant of being crowned. According to the contestant’s attitudes toward competing they come across as brainwashed, its obvious beauty pageant judges put the pressure of unrealistic bodies, and looks on the contestants. The contestants eat proper meals and work out daily to keep the trim figure they have so said. “ Nicky Hutchinson ,Educational Consultant Mail online, did an article on how eating disorders come from many different situations, primary school girls educators are concerned with the behavior of how they view themselves as being “Too Fat” the young ladies are afraid to join swim classes due to exposure of how they feel about their bodies, now pageant girls depend want to shed a few pounds before entering a conte... ... middle of paper ... Commercials, TV shows, should persuade the little to no makeup look, and embrace the natural beauty. Being educated and intelligent is what society should push people to succeed. Beauty is not eternal. Works Cited Page Author: Hurley Jennifer, ed. Eating Disorders, N.P: Scott Barbour, 1987. Gale, Web. 16 Feb.2014 Hill, Annete, ed. University Royalty. 1995 ed. Annete Hill, n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. . Author: “Dieting, Teen Decisions, Auriana Ojeda, Editor, web, Gale” Mobile, Curtis, ed. Anad Eating Disorders. NACANAAD, n.d. Web. 17 Mar. 2014. . Cartwright, Martina M., ed. psychology today. 1991 ed. Ssussex publishers LLC, n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2014. Martina-m-cartwright-PhD-rd.>.

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