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Sunday, August 7, 2022

Miss Universe Organization To Accept Married Women and Mothers

Image courtesy of Instagram: missuupdates

102 comments:

  1. Lahat nalang talaga?! Para saan, for clout? Kaya nga Miss Universe dba kasi for single women only.

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    1. same thing they did with VS. kelangan lahat “included”

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    2. Create a different pageant for MRS. UNIVERSE.

      Pati boundary for single women competing sa beauty pageants, inaagawan rin. Ano ba yan.

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    3. Nyakkkkk e di Mrs Universe na yan kaloka! May iba naman pageant for Misis ano baaaa! Msyado nya naman iniiba ang pamantayan ng Miss U, nkaka dissapoint, iba iba nmn ang category ng tao, gumawa nalang ng pageant para sa iba ibang category kakainis

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    4. Yes it is for clout. Always been.

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    5. True. Gaya ng Miss World matagal na silang may bukod na Mrs. World

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    6. That means parang sila na din ang gumawa ng rules for national pageants, di ba sa mga national pageants ng bawat bansa ang isinasali dyan

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    7. Wow it's just a beauty pageant and the opinions here are so extreme 😂 what's so wrong with a married 20 something woman competing with single 20 somethings in a beauty pageant?

      If this was something like changing the weight classes or experience level in sports I would understand because of unfair advantages. But this is a BEAUTY PAGEANT 😂

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  2. Dislike! Nasobrahan na ang pagiging politically correct.

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    1. Tanggalin na rin age limit para pati senior citizen kasali.

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    2. Tama! How about senior citizens na may asim pa? Isama nyo na lahat kaloka tutal gusto nyo universal lahat isali nyo! Wala na rin vital statistics! Isali lahat ng big women at skinny! Wla na pong sasantuhin

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    3. 9:28 that is true. Even comedy is not the same, comedians cannot make a joke anymore without getting bashed

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    4. Sa intoduction maririnig na natin yung married with three children, mga ganun

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    5. Correct. Iba ibang category nga eh, pwede sila gumawa ng Mrs. Universe, Ms. Transgender, Ms. Universe. Mas palakihin nila yung brand nila by expanding different categories. Yung pinag hahalo halo na ganyan, eh nawawalan na ng integrity yung pageant, at pageantry.

      They want to “respect everyone” by including every single sector or society to be politically correct. Pero paano naman yung respect for fair play? Bale Wala na ba yung mga natural born women? Yung na ba ang sunod na mawawala sa uso? Yung mga kababaihan?This a construed interpretation ng equal opportunity for pageants.
      I-abolish na lang nila yung current Ms. Universe at mag repackage sila ng panibagong pageant nila ng hindi kinoconfuse yung mga Ms. Universe followers, fans, and supporters.

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    6. Miss Karambola na.

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    7. Dapat ilagay on different category.Mrs Universe,Miss Transgender Universe,Ms Fat Universe.Etc.lahat ng Universe.

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  3. I really think its high time na to let go of these "beauty pageants". Madami naman NGO ang nakakatulong ng walang pageant pageant.

    Ps: meron ng mrs. Universe sa pagkkalam ko.

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    1. Korek ka jan dzai. Last kong panood ng beauty pageant was yung kay Catriona. After that wala na. Syado nang overrated ang mga beauty pageants.

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    2. Isa ka pang pa woke dyan. Bakit mo tatanggalin eh isa yan sa passion at kaligayahan ng mga beks

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    3. 1:12 mas pa-woke kaya yang MU. Pinagpipilitan yang mga inclusivity PR moves nila.

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  4. Bat di na lang gawaan ng sariling pageant. Sumobra na pagka pc naten hindi na balance. Sa kagustuhan naten i appease lahat ng sabay sabay baka lalo magkaroon ng discord ang bawat isa

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  5. Huh? Eh di hindi na Ms yun Mrs na. Ang gulo! Bakit hindi na lang sila mag organize ng Mrs Universe?!

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  6. Ginawa nang woke Ang contest anubayan

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  7. This is soooooo wrong

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  8. O siya pati mga senior citizens isama na! Itodo na ang inclusivity tutal yun ang ipinaglalaban lagi.

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  9. Sa pangalan lang yan. Inalis nila height requirement, tapos pinayagan na mga trans, may mga sumali din na plus size tsaka arabic pero wala naman silang papapasukin sa top o mananalo.

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  10. Dapat Misis Universe.I dont understand.

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  11. Baka papalitan na ang title. Gagawin nang "Woman of the Universe", something like that. Kasi hndi na bagay ang "Miss". Or baka pampa-ingay lang nila

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  12. Nyek. Exagg naman na. Kaya nga may sari sariling pageants diba

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  13. Not impressed… Not a good move. Bye MU.

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  14. Dati pag married or may anak out of wedlock- dethroned agad! Iba na talaga ang kalakaran ngayon !

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    1. Ms. Universe yan hindi kumbento

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    2. 1:47 ganun nga dati, anubey!

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  15. Dapat pati mga bata pwede na ring sumali sa Miss Universe. tutal "inclusivity" naman diba???

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  16. Dapat payagan rin nila yung taga ibang planeta sumali tutal Miss Universe naman yan.

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  17. So dapat Ms / Mrs. Universe na yan?

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  18. Bakit parang p**n ung photo ni miss India lol

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  19. Sana nanalo n dati p c mirriam qiambao

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  20. Sana accept na din ng Miss U ang mga drag Queens para todo na 'to!

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  21. Sana age limit nalang ang tanggalin, or at least i-adjust sa mas mataas huwag na yang may asawa kasi meron namang Mrs. Universe for them.

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  22. Pwede pa siguro single mom or solo parent kasi di sila pasok sa MRS if in case di sila kasal. Hay dami din kasi hanash ng mga pa-woke at cancel culture pag di sinunod gusto nila :(((

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  23. Oh please! The pageant is named MISS Universe and not mrs. universe or mother universe for a reason. Come on!!!

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  24. Pinagbigyan ang wokes as if naman they watch the show. Mga mema lang talaga!

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  25. Not against mothers but sana imaintain nila yung standard ng ms U. Next thing you know kahit sino nalang pwede ng sumali ng Ms U

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  26. Technically, “miss” ang tawag sa mga single mother at separated women. Also, what’s with the uproar sa comments section? Nakakabawa ba sa pagkatao nila ang pagiging single / unwed mother or separada? Enlighten me, please.

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    1. Naloka din ako bakit ganito reaction ng mga tao

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    2. Ang Miss U kasi is being featured as a model for an ideal lady and an ambassador of goodwill. Parang good leader/example na rin sa kabataan to emulate. Part na rin sa pagiging model na dalaga before, walang bahid & with good decision making. Good decision making pa rin ang pagpili ng tamang partner na di ka iwanan. At, ang dalaga ideally won't be sexually involved until married. Obviously sa example mo, may karanasan na. Pag yan gawin mong example sa kabataan, ano na lang mangyari sa society natin? Nawala na ang sanctity of marriage. Single mom/separated is now a norm.

      But well, I'm just stating how it had been before. Now obviously it's different. Kanya kanya ng standard, whatever floats your boat.

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    3. Finally a sensible comment.

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    4. 4:39 name a Ms Universe winner in the recent years that you can guarantee is a virgin. My goodness, times have changed and a woman's civil status is no longer a measure of worth/goodness. Ano ba masama mag allow ng married/with kids sa contest na pagandahan?

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  27. This is too much na! From trans to this! Sorry! Masyado na silang OA nawala na ang prestige ng pageant na ito! Meron naman pageant for married women e! Prestigious din yun ano b yan lahat na lang!

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  28. Pwedena ang dating lalaki, pwede na ang may asawa, pwede na ang may anak, baka pwede nadin ang under age at senior citizen

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  29. Sama na din mga Lola kaloka kayo

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  30. May gusto ba silang ipasok na na MRS na kaya kailangan mag adjust? I mean, meron siguro yan na nasa mataas na position na gustong ipasok yun kakilala pero malamang MRS na kasi siya kaya pinilit nalang. This is too much inclusivity!

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    1. Malamang meron yan. Either sikat or married to a billionaire siguro. LOL!

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  31. Enough of the inclusivity. Why not organize a different pageant fit for them like Mrs. Universe?

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    1. There is actually Mrs. Universe already. Hindi lang matunog masyado

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  32. Hindi rin nama nila papanalunin ang mga yan eh.

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  33. Isama nyo na din mga senior citizen lahat nalng super pa woke na tlaga ang miss u dislike na

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  34. Masyado na pa - woke ang mundo, pati ba naman ito, jusko. Mga takot sa mga snow flakes at karen.

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  35. Dami pa din makaluma dito lol remember yung sagot ni Miss Botswana at Miriam Quiambao?

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    1. 12:34am... had miriam delivered her answer confidently and eloquently, she would have won. botswana winning it didnt mean she was right in every way and every word. ano yun during reign hindi puwede ang disiplina at restraint kasi youre enjoying your "femeninity"?... and ano yun after nanganak ka, iiwanan mo ang baby mo para gampanan ang responsibilities as a mother.

      there is time for every thing and you need to commit yourself to something you pushed yourself into in the first place.

      and there is nothing more that will compare or match - a crown, cash prize, privilege or responsbility- than taking care of the child you bear... so relinquish your title, let another single girl, your runner up assume your job, and be there for your child.

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    2. With Miriam Quiambao, her real answer is different from her actual answer. Her answer should have been, give up the crown to embrace motherhood, because she believed bearing and rearing a child is more important than being Ms. Universe. Pero she changed her answer and stuttered kasi she didn't want to be thought of as judgmental to single mothers. Yun yung sinabi nya when she went back to UST after the pageant and spoke with her former professor there. Pero wrong time lang si Miriam.

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  36. Wala na, lahat na sasali! Wala ng mystery, hindi na special. Kung sino sino na lang

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  37. Ba yan. Diba meron naman talagang Mrs Universe na pageant. Bakit need pa baguhin yang miss universe. Pinasali na nga trans jan. Ano next, senior citizen 😅

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  38. Too woke for wokeness

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  39. Mas okay pala nung si Donald Trump pa ang may-ari neto, talagang strikto, may standards pa ngayon ang gulo-gulo na andaming mga pakulo, dramarama, ka ek ekan and all these cheap stunts and really this pageant is getting cheaper by the day.

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  40. Bakit ganyan maka-react kapwa kong babae. "Too much wokeness?" Di ba kayo natutuwa na mas nagiging inclusive sa fellow women? At the end of the day, pageant lang yan at fun lang dapat, hindi kailangan ng rigorous reqmts that were put up by men in the first place.

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    1. Then it's not a pageant after all kung lahat kasali na. A contest is supposed to have rules, it's not supposed for everyone but only a chosen few. Wag kang masyadong emotional. Gamitan mo din ng logic. This is not putting down women.
      Let me give you a perfect example: In Japan, they have a law which requires companies to promote 5% of women to managerial position despite not having the skill, experience, and qualifications. Do you think that's fair for female employees who are more competent and potential to be be managers? And by the way, some women who are qualified don't want to get promoted. Why? Because they are mothers. It would be difficult to juggle between being a mom and a manager. Kaya the management will just promote any woman for that matter.

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    2. 2:19 A pageant is defined as a public entertainment. Public entertainment hindi public office. And that law is Japan is a much-needed step towards in the right direction owing to the fact that women have been passed on for promotions and have been held back precisely because they had to take time off to take care of the family. And andami rin namang lalake na napupromote kahit hindi competent ano? Hindi rto pagiging emotional, eto ay reality. Di tayo aabante kung ganyan pa rin pag-iisip natin.

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    3. 2:19 ang diin ng impact sayo ng patriarchy di mo napapansin internalized misogyny mo

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    4. No one takes pageants seriously. If this really was a BEAUTY pageant. It will be a European/ South American that would win yearly.

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    5. 2:19 sus sabihin mo na lang ayaw mo umabante ang babae and let's call it a day

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    6. 11:32 there's a lot of pretty Asians and Africans that join the pageant. If anything, they are just as pretty as the Europeans and South Americans. Please stop with the colonial mentality.

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    7. 1226 ang kitid ng utak mo, jusko. Not 219

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  41. Hayaan niyo nga makasali mga misis at nanay. Yung dating lalake pinayagan tas tunay na babae hindi?

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  42. I can understand single mother/divorced women getting accepted in the Miss U pageant, but not married women. Isn't there Mrs Universe Pageant already?

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  43. Eh di pag single mom ipapaalaga niya sa yaya o kaya sa kapamilya niya yung anak niya para makapag training at makasali sa isang beauty contest?

    Pag nanalo, titiisin niya na malayo nang 1 taon sa anak niya dahil sa NY siya mag stay bilang reigning MU.

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    1. Co-parenting

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    2. Korek. Yan din naisip ko. Unless of course ipatira din family nila dun sa NYC. If not, u know what happens next. Not wishing though but yung single winners nga nagkahiwalay sa mga jowa... oh well.

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    3. I think choice na nya yun 2:35 kung paano niya aayusin setup ng buhay nya while juggling the crown and her child. Let's assume na hindi naman lahat ng sasali dyan na nanay e nagpapadede at palit pa ng diapers. Others can have older kids by the time they joined the pageant. Pwede din kasal lang muna pero wala pa anak. But still, they really have to think through with this. Kasi di ko magets yun inclusivity nila for Mrs. To join.

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  44. Sige ngawa lang kayo na kesyo pa-woke na lang lahat. Nag-eevolve na ang mundo, kayo napapag-iwanan pa rin

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  45. Ang corny. Why not just have a separate Mrs Universe dba

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  46. Bat ang daming galit? Being a mother shouldn’t be the end of someone’s dream. Parang dinegrade nyo nman mga babae porket may anak

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  47. Lol, wait what?! Inclusion ba ang issue? E diba nga may kanya-kanya contest naman nakalaan sa bawat isa? That's also inclusion, means kung meron sa for single and straight women, meron din para sa iba pang categories, hindi nawalan, diba? Organising lang naman kaya iba-iba ng categories, walang ni left behind or inexclude, kasi meron din silang sariling beaucon, So bakit paghahaluin na ngayon? Sige na ilahat nyo na, kung talaga isinasapuso nyo ang inclusivity, don't forget the other categories, at dapat not gender-biased, yan kasi pinopromote ngayon, so dapat may mga straight men narin dyan lol!

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  48. Pati senior citizen narin sana isama nyo po, please naman. Lol

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  49. Ms woke universe

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  50. Iadjust nalang ang age kesa sa inclusivity eme nila. May Mrs. Universe na. MU stop this nonsense.

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  51. Una mga trans, ngayon naman mothers and married. Hay naku, tamad lang gumawa ng ibang category

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  52. Im not surprise! Trans nga ok lang sa kanila. Not against sa kanila kasi member din ako ng lgbt.

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  53. Tigilan na lang yang kacheapan na beaucon. May existing Mrs Universe na nga. Hay naku.

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  54. So much for being inclusive. This generation is turning to be OA snowflake!

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  55. Nahiya pa. Toda na. Isama na rin mr. Universe sa miss u. Haha

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  56. Eh di gumawa sila mg sariling pageant tungkol sa mga may asawa na

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  57. Nasobrahan pagkasnowflake

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  58. Lol, kasi patay na talaga ang beauty pageants. Puro third world countries na lang nag audience nila. Outdated and obsolete.

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  59. Makes no difference anyway. The days of pageants are numbered. It’s too cringeworthy and embarrassing.

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  60. Then no more age limit so that even senior citezens can join for all around Ms Universe ....push that also. Grrrrrrrrr!

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  61. Yes, at last I can compete too. I’m married, short, chubby and old-ish.

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