When I was three years old, I participated in my first beauty pageants. I won first place in my first show. Ever since then, beauty pageants have been a passion of mine. I remember when I was a little girl.I always loved to dress up and play with my mom's makeup (she didn't know)
. With beauty pageants I could do that. When I got to do a beauty pageant, I was excited. My parents have videotaped all of my pageants all the way from me getting ready to my performance. When I watch the videos, I don't see a little girl who doesn't want to do this & is forced into doing it, but I see a little girl who is genuinely happy. I do not believe child beauty pageants are wrong.
If you force your kid to do it, then it's wrong. I think that when you force your child into doing this pageant, you need to rethink your parenting styles because you obviously have a problem. Many people think that dressing your child up & making her look and feel beautiful is wrong. I enjoyed doing that as a child. I loved it.
If you think the beauty pageants are too sexual, you are mistaken. The beauty pageants are not that way. If your a perverted man watching the child beauty pageants and you think that way, that's your problem. Not the beauty pageants problem.
The 1st bold section that I highlighted seems to indicate defence.
So does the second.
So does the third, which you highlighted.
Everyone should look for things that they are good at. You have me there.
But I think your post looks like poor self esteem/ or over confidence .
However, if it teaches you there is no shame in rejection or failure, but most importantly, that
you can handle it, and learn from it, perhaps it something that isn't too bad for you.
Your defensive post starter though, leads me to believe that you're just hiding from your true self.
I could be wrong, I know nothing about you, but I do know that most people are beautiful in the eyes of some others
Wishing you luck