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    Famously known as "Singapore’s Only Male Bitch", Fauzi Rassull, is a popular blogger among the affluent city-state’s fashionable youngsters. Out of the many advantages of blogging, the best is that Fauzi is able to use it as a platform to voice his opinions to million of netizens out there. He feel that there is no freedom of speech at all in the world he is living in. He’s left with no other option but to use his blog so that his thoughts can and will be heard

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    My Ideal Miss Singapore Universe

    This is a blog entry for BlogTv.sg - a programme run on Channel News Asia!
    I'm honoured. =)

    My ideal beauty queen must not only be a role model for young women but also someone who is passionate, courageous, entertaining and aware of the suffering of others and hoping to do something about it. What's more, to support various charitable causes and make a difference!

    Besides, I feel that a beauty pageant should be one that is able to encourage all women to better their life, by depicting that a woman can be attractive and beautiful without having the need to look 'sensuous', and that through such pageant they should better the significance of women's contribution to the general public in many good ways. Therefore, beauty companies can take this chance to express that beauty relates with good health and there are many ways women can go about accomplishing them.

    Is physical attractiveness that important?

    Many of us look at pageants just as a beauty contests by itself while for some, we see it as a public display to start making an impact on the society. The term 'beauty' is very subjective though. It’s somewhat shallow to hold such pageants to compare women of their cleverness and be judged on having perfect boobs and legs when we know, these factors are not meant to be judged in any way. It's degrading!

    To be honest, many women enter pageant contests for the glamour of it and think if they win; it would make a great road to fame. However, if a woman holds a title of a beauty queen, it provides her an opportunity to make use of her fame to promote good work and helping out with the society to name a few. Furthermore, it also helps them in some other positive ways as well. The title will certainly make it easier for some of these girls to achieve what they want to achieve for the good of the community if they are already successful and capable.

    There are people who think beauty pageants have totally no positive impact on the society. There are some of us who feels that beauty pageants are simply an expression of the current trend of beauty and lack of depth of knowledge.

    What message are we giving our young girls when parading these women in different attires and grading every part of their body? Beauty is so much more than skin deep. Oh well, maybe it’s about time our society start realising that.

    We've had our very own Miss Singapore Universe over the years. What have these beauty queens accomplished so far? How many of them end up contributing to the society? How genuine are they in doing charity work????

    That’s what we want to know!

    p/s: Still, I'd feel embarrassed when our very own newly crowned beauty queens lined themselves up with the other countries' queens. I bet you are too!


    BYE BITCH! =)

    Posted on 9/07/2009