Protesters blockade finals of ‘sexist’ Miss University London beauty pageant

Following on from the earlier article. The feminist-fascists continue to try and impose their morals onto other women. Now, to get their feminist idols to claim that a world government dictatorship would guarantee ‘equality‘ …

Daily Mail

The contest was condemned as misogynistic and degrading – not to mention thoroughly old-fashioned – but that did not stop students from King’s College flocking to last night’s final heat of the Miss University London.

Contestants and their supporters had to walk past a picket line of placard-waving protesters at the Crystal Club, Marylebone, where the heat was being held.

While demonstrators outside waved banners with slogans such as ‘Every woman at King’s is a queen’ and ‘Our bodies are not for sale,’ inside the club, the contestants donned glamorous gowns and applied their make-up generously before parading in front of the judges.

Every woman is a queen? Talk about delusions of entitlement. I tend to see women as normal people, like men. You know, equal.

Hundreds of female students from the University of London have applied to take part in the competition, which is organised by the events company, 121 Entertainment.

Students can enter online, although some scouts from the organisers have trawled campuses inviting others to sign up.

The competition has divided students, with contestants arguing that it is just a bit of glamorous fun while the National Union of Useful Idiots Students say it distorts the aim of being judged on academic abilities, rather than looks.

Why don’t they mind their own fucking business. These girls taking part aren’t hurting anyone and they’re doing it of their own free will. These girls are probably happy taking part and people are happy watching it, so who gives a shit?

121 Entertainment say women find it ’empowering’ and that the protests come from a minority of feminists.

Similar demonstrations have greeted the earlier heats, for the London School of Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, Queen Mary College and Regents College, which have been held at West End clubs over the past few weeks.

Protesters have created an anti-beauty competition page on Facebook, entitled Miss-Ogynist University of London and passed angry motions at student unions.

Winners of the heats go to the final in February, where they will be joined by applicants from other colleges which have not held individual heats.

The competition, now in its second year, is sponsored by drink and cosmetic companies, but also by Cancer Research. Keelin Gavaghan, 19, an accountancy student who was named Miss LSE, is reported as saying: ‘It was so much fun. It was more about having a great time and raising money for breast cancer.

‘I fail to see what is wrong with feeling glamorous for one night. We hardly sold our souls.’

Ah, but you haven’t bowed to feminist pressure my dear, although there I was thinking that feminism was all about ‘women’s rights’ and ‘sexual freedom’ yadda yadda.

How ironic, these girls are actually choosing to do this, and are refusing to be ‘oppressed’ by this group of feminists. I thought the femmies would be proud lol.


3 thoughts on “Protesters blockade finals of ‘sexist’ Miss University London beauty pageant

  1. I was a protestor: I am not gay; I am very much in love with my boyfriend of two years.
    I do not condemn the women who took part, more the SOCIETY that has moulded them to believe that this is their empowerment.
    Of course they are free to do what they want to do, I just ask that they think about WHY it is that they want to do the things that they do.

  2. I don’t think those old school lesbians feminists will prevail in the end over this type of issue. There’s too much money to be lost if they did!

    In the real world I expect that’s certainly going to be the case anyway. (As opposed to the world of indoctrination education.)

    Although, I’m sure there’ll be some academic out there who is ready to provide the relevant excuses rationalisation and justifications – should it be necessary.

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