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The annual miss november puts a spin on beauty pageants
The baby parades and better baby contests had their share of other problems. In the past few years a child beauty pageant circuit has developed in the UK, as reported by the BBC , though there have been few protests and it continues to grow. And in spite of, or perhaps because of, these little nymphs, audiences turned out in large numbers. Annette Dorey , an expert on baby contests, explains that at each better baby event, babies were stripped naked and then judged by physicians according to a "meticulous point system like that used in cattle judging. The Australian press and public have reacted strongly to plans to hold an "American-style" child beauty pageant in Australia this summer. Whether childhood contests focused on children's appearances will stick in other parts of the world is a question. One different complaint voiced today is that many express dismay over the sexualization of girls in child beauty pageants -- though this could also have been a reasonable complaint about the May Day festivals. Better baby contests, which started small in but did not reach their peak until , were part of the progressive movement devoted to improving the health of infants though they were also often linked to the "genetic purification" aims of the eugenics movement. Child beauty pageants as we know them started in the US in an organized way in the s. but that is a story for another time. The and events boasted around entrants who won in a variety of get-ups. Communities competed with one another to find the "most perfect" baby. The first of these festivals was held in England in and they quickly spread to North America, where they found a strong reception in the United States. Now some in Ireland have raised concerns about having an "American-style" Miss Princess Ireland pageant. In the meantime, I will be following the scheduled rally in Australia on May 24th with great interest.
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