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What is normal Some children think normal is wearing three layers of makeup sitting under a dryer for 2 hours until their hair is done and posing on stage hoping to be the next fill-in-the-blank This is just an average day in the life of child stars in beauty pageants that began in the 1960s They consist of modeling sportswear evening attire dance and talent They are judged based on individuality in looks capability poise perfection and confidence Mothers everyway encourage their kids to play dress up However some drive it over the top by entering their toddler in a pageant They say it helps them get involved with other kids and see the world Um kids can see the world on vacation and get to know other kids at school and while playing outside Children in Beauty Pageants are caused by assertive parents and grow up with psychological tribulations and therefore shouldnt be permissible Some mothers live through their daughters Lets call this mother Sue When Sue was younger her mom would not allow Sue to enter a pageant So when Sue grows up she lives through her daughter forcing her to become this perfect princess Why not just let the kid be a kid Parents should stop treating their kids like some kind of machine More than 100000 children under the age of 12 compete in about 3000 child beauty pageants around the nation Some parents force plastic surgery on their kids as young as when they are pre-teens They want their lips to be fuller or maybe their nose is the wrong shape What is that telling the child Its telling them that in order to succeed in life you have to have the latest styles in hair makeup and dress up is fun and exciting It effects their feelings of self-worth and self-esteem And what about all the contests According to the Attorney General of the Department of Justice in California
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