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Proof That Talks Of Stripping Miss California Of Title Are Only Motivated By Politics

Posted by Casey on May 11, 2009

We all know that the attacks on the lovely Miss California, Carrie Prejean, all got started because she said she believes marriage is between a man and a woman. However, her statements weren’t enough to strip her of her title. They actually used to be the major deciding factor in the pageant. They needed something more to take her title from her. Enter the so called ‘racy’ photos of Prejean.

First, they aren’t racy at all. They are the lowest form of implied nude photos you can get. There is absolutely nothing illegal, unethical, or even remotely controversial. She shows nothing indecent in the photos, and is actually far more covered than in the swimsuit portion of the pageant. There is nothing in the photos that we don’t see every Sunday in the sales papers, or everyday on TV commercials. We aren’t talking Playboy shoot, or drunken party photos here. What the photos did do was give an excuse to ‘legitimately’ strip her of her title.

Not so fast!

Turns out that the pageant isn’t at all concerned with another contestant posing in similar photos … in a men’s magazine.

The powers that be at the pageant are trying to make the argument that Prejean didn’t tell them of the photos, but Castonguay did.

They can spin it any way they want, but we all know the truth. A young woman who has the courage to actually defend her unpopular views in a pageant is no longer considered an asset.


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