The real question may be not whether there should be an assessment of beauty on the show, but whether there should be a show at all.
On Tuesday, the Miss America Organization announced it was axing the swimsuit and evening gown portions of its annual competition.
A 22-year-old Minnesota woman made pageant history by being the first contestant with Down Syndrome to compete in the Miss Minnesota pageant.
Last night another Miss USA was crowned on live TV, and it was the worst three hours of my entire life. As a woman who supports all women, I cannot support these women.
Why do contestants need to answer political questions for a beauty pageant? Miss America doesn’t know, either.
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