But while the attention is deserved, I find the intentions questionable. Why are pageants around the world suddenly so inclusive? Get the news you need to start your day. I was just 11 when Vanessa Williams stunned the world and became the first black Miss America in Regardless of that achievement, beauty pageants went about their business, crowning winners and putting mainstream beauty first. Competition between women became much more frowned upon. We should be holding each other up, not tearing each other down based on silly things like the curl of our eyelashes, right? Intelligence trumped evening gowns.
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