Any beauty contests — it’s objectification, with which society is struggling for many years. What can we say about the competitions in which children participate? Despite the censure in society are beauty pageants for children have continued to hold, while the mother is still trying to assert themselves at the expense of their daughters. This sends Clutch.
Britney Campbell, 8 — year-old girl from San Francisco unwittingly became involved in the scandal. Mom stabbed girl Botox and had bikini wax, all for winning the beauty contest.
Mom Britney beautician by trade, therefore conducted the procedure itself. It is suggested that all parents go to such steps, so didn’t want to leave the girl without “privilege.”
Mother became interested in the guardianship after she began to actively spread in social networks photo, which holds little painful cosmetic procedures.
According to her mother, the girl first disliked to do Botox, constantly crying during and after the procedure, but eventually she got used to it. The baby became herself to notice his young face wrinkles, who immediately wanted to remove.
Would-be mother does not see any guilt. She believes that making the investment in the future of his daughter and does not believe that after such manipulations the child’s psyche is violated.
The story ended with that the guardianship still got that girl away from a toxic mother. She now lives in a shelter and is not going to pursue a modeling career.
Some insist that the mother wanted to earn on his daughter, making her famous through the early cosmetic procedures. Who knew that this story really will end up depriving the mother of her parental rights.
We will remind, the title of “miss Sweden 2018” was won by a native of Zaporizhia Maria Svensson.
Earlier Znayu reported, the winner of the beauty contest Miss Grand International — 2018 from Paraguay fell on the stage in a swoon immediately after the announcement of his victory.
Also Znayu wrote a fake “Miss Ukraine 2018” disgraced a statement about abortion.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.