And here is the next contestant on “Go Woke, Go Broke”…

To be honest, I have no idea who even watches Miss America.  Someone who replied to me on social media said that it’s mostly women who do, so I guess they’re happy with the change.  Instead of evening gowns and swimsuits, what do we have to look forward to?  I’m guessing sweatpants and social justice politics.

The organization is also getting rid of the evening gown portion of the competition and instead asking contestants to wear attire that makes them feel confident and expresses their personal style. The contestants will also discuss how they will advance their chosen causes, called “social impact initiatives” by the Miss America Organization.

Okay, that sounds…painful.  Good luck with all that.

In the spirit of inclusivity, I hope that Miss America will soon be courageous enough to admit some contestants that appeal to pansexuals.  I know of one who is definitely interested in these “social impact initiatives”.

*Pictured: Totally not something from an iconic pop culture institution that destroyed itself with drastic changes the fans disapproved of and social justice politics

9 comments

  1. Miss America, you mean like this?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj3iNxZ8Dww

    Instead of evening gowns and swimsuits, what do we have to look forward to? I’m guessing sweatpants and social justice politics.

    A pussy hat and a “I’m a nasty woman” sweatshirt, along with a severed pair of testicles hanging around her neck, worn like a trophy.

    Speaking of Playboy, I remember when it actually was a pretty good magazine. The second date I took my wife on (her choice BTW) was the Playboy Club in Century City/ L.A. Don’t make fun of the articles, back then it was a polished periodical with valuable stuff about fashion, short fiction, music, alcohol mixology, and proper male conduct. They were pioneers is their dedication to “No means no”.

  2. It’s Tuesday, so Piers Morgan and I agree on something. By Friday, I’m sure he’ll call for repealing the 2nd Amendment.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5808635/If-Miss-America-contestants-want-judged-brains-study-neuroscience.html

    Miss America’s decision today is absolutely ridiculous, and will be an inevitable ratings disaster.

    I’m afraid the harsh reality is that nobody’s going to watch a beauty pageant to see an assortment of ugly, 250lb contestants giving their views on world peace. Period.

    When my British friends ask me why Donald Trump got elected President, I say because he understands that America is not just New York and Los Angeles.

    He speaks in a way that many Americans in the rest of the country relate to and find refreshing.

    The howling radical feminist PC mob on both coasts will wildly celebrate today’s absurd decision by the Miss America Organisation.

    In Trump country, I suspect most people will frown in utter bemusement and say: ‘A beauty pageant that’s not about beauty? What the hell’s the point in that?’

  3. Absolutely agree that Playboy was a great magazine. When I started dating my wife I couldn’t believe it when I found an issue at her parents place (where she still lived). They subscribed. The best long form interviews of all magazines, and it was pre-internet.
    Rich, we should mark this ocassion, as we’ve agreed on something. Doesn’t happen often.
    So I better finish with a reference to the fact that HPV and HIV are different, those women may not have known that, but then they’re not expected to have a basic grasp….

  4. Speaking of Playboy, I remember when it actually was a pretty good magazine.

    For a few years, as birthday presents, I was tracking down and giving my buddies the Playboy issue from their birth month/year.

    In the process, I started collecting older ones, too. There’s something amazingly surreal about reading a review about an upcoming Beatles album.

  5. So I better finish with a reference to the fact that HPV and HIV are different

    Yes, I know that, and I bet Trump knew it as well. Maybe it was a honest mistake and he got them confused.

    Rich, we should mark this ocassion, as we’ve agreed on something.

    We agree on lots of stuff. I don’t think you are a commie and I don’t think you parrot the latest leftest jargon without giving it some thought before hand. But blogging is mostly about arguing about the differences, so here we are.

    Absolutely agree that Playboy was a great magazine. When I started dating my wife I couldn’t believe it when I found an issue at her parents place (where she still lived). They subscribed. The best long form interviews of all magazines, and it was pre-internet.

    For many many years it was probably top 5 magazines you had to subscribe to. Of course that was also back when magazines were relevant. They were always progressive but back then that was a good thing. I mentioned women’s rights, which they pioneered, but I remember reading Ray Bradbury’s “Sound of Thunder” in Playboy and it blew me away. From that point forward I was hooked on short fiction.

  6. Incidentally CM, next March the wife and I are taking a 22 day Aussie/New Zealand vacation, will be spending about 10 day in NZ. I’ll get with you before hand to make sure I don’t miss any “Must sees” in your beautiful country.

  7. I’ll get with you before hand to make sure I don’t miss any “Must sees” in your beautiful country.

    I’d recommend staying away from that tower with the big eyeball on it. It’s near a volcano.

  8. I’ll get with you before hand to make sure I don’t miss any “Must sees” in your beautiful country.

    I’ve never been to the north island except via airport. But the south island still stands as the most beautiful place I’ve ever been to on the entire planet.

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