i agree with that because it's useless. for what children beauty contests? children have to enjoy the life, getting more knowledge, and do the child things. beauty contest is not the child thing because it makes the children torture like they have to buy some facial, have to make up their face, shopping buy some clothes. and beauty contest not make the children successful. it's useless that they have a beautiful face but they don't have a knowledge
Could child beauty pageants be banned in the USA
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Child beauty pageant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
JonBenét was found strangled in the basement of her parents Boulder Colorado home on December 26, 1996. Her parents became suspects almost immediately, but no significant evidence has ever been found. Part of the reason that the unsolved case has been in the public eye for so long is the odd relationship between JonBenét and her parents. The world of child beauty contests has become a hot discussion topic often circling around parents depriving their children of a normal childhood so the parents can cash in (directly and indirectly) on their child's celebrity status. From time to time new evidence and theories have emerged but none have led authorities to the murderer.
Children and Beauty Pageants - A Minor Consideration
A high percentage of parents said they enter their children into beauty contests so they can meet others. "Pageants help my daughter make friends," one mother noted. The 1996 murder of six-year-old Jon Bent Ramsey brought the potential perils of child stardom most poignantly to light. When images of Ramsey were shown in the national mediathe winner of several child beauty contests, she was frequently photographed wearing lipstick and rougeAmericans were stunned. The issue of the sexualization of child performers was also raised around the adolescent singer Britney Spears, who rose to fame in the late 1990s with her sexy costumes and dance routines. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, Spears and young actresses Jennifer Love Hewitt and Sarah Michelle Gellar, who played sexually charged roles in films, were frequently imitated by teenage girls, sparking concern from parents. As the media and advertising industries became more aggressive in their marketing of child performers, as more and more children found role models in young entertainers, and as American youth continued to pursue their own dreams of stardom, the child star phenomenon seemed destined to become an enduring part of American popular culture.