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    Since it’s debut on TLC in 2009‚ Toddlers & Tiaras has captured the attention of audiences of all ages across the country. This reality series gives viewers an inside look at the extremely competitive world of child beauty pageants by following contestants and their families as they prepare for various shows. With the youngest competitors starting at two years old‚ it is evident that most contestants did not choose this life for themselves. As a result‚ the show becomes just as much about the parents

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    Toddlers and Tiaras Essay Every once in a while when I am channel surfing I run across a show called Toddlers and Tiaras. This show is a TLC hit reality show that follows children who are beauty contestants to beauty pageants. What I feel the show is really about are beauty pageant moms who put their daughters on this very harmful and destructive show that caters to mom’s and sometimes dad’s who are hungering for perceived excitement missing from their own lives. I feel that these children sometimes

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    Being born a man or a woman in todays society is more than a simple biological fact. It’s a biological fact that harvests social consequences. From delivery‚ gender is assigned to males and females in life binding forms by way of blue or pink. Gender is the social construct of what we know biologically as male or female‚ but masculinity and femininity is how the two roles are played out in society. Our role as feminine and masculine are institutionalized through social interaction and is perpetuated

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    Toddlers and Tiaras affects childrens’ self-esteem around the world who believe that they have to live up to this “beauty” that is enforced by their Mom’s and they have to be as pretty and perfect as these other kids who they see in beauty pageants. I cannot find it in me to support little girls judged this way. Beauty? Talent? Making them stand onstage in front of a crowd of people where one girl’s dream comes true and the others are crushed? This cannot be good for their self-esteem and with

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    becoming involved in beauty pageants. Parents are enrolling their children as young as six months old into pageants all around the United States. Obviously‚ parents are the ones to blame and children really don’t have a choice in the matter. Toddlers and Tiaras is a show on TLC that shows exactly what children have to go through. They have to sit through many sleepless hours of getting fake hair‚ nails and tans to end up becoming someone they don’t even know after a look in the mirror. What is that

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    all of these qualities to be beautiful. Growing up young women are taught that to be the right size she must be a size zero. Magazines edit pictures to be perfect and most people believe that those people are that perfect. With shows like Toddlers and Tiaras being a trending show‚ young girls are seeing how they dress and what it takes to be so called “beautiful”. On the television show many of the young girls are forced by their parents to

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    Have you ever watched Toddlers and Tiaras on TLC and wondered about how much it cost or why toddlers or young girls are dawled up with too much makeup? Mothers force their child into competing while spending a fortune on costumes and makeup. Beauty pageants pressure these little girls to act and even look like adults. Realistically beauty pageants cost over thousands of dollars. According to Cheryl Critchley with Herald Sun‚ many beauty pageants charge $500 dollars to enter‚ but that does not include

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    reality show Toddlers and Tiaras? On one hand‚ I could argue that the premise of the show is too fanatical to be considered by any potential situations for use in their lives. However‚ on the other hand‚ the integration of personal issues and struggles into the dramatic storyline assists in blurring the distinction between what is constructed and what is the reality. Personal‚ financial‚ and family issues woven into the dramatic storyline misconstrues the belief that Toddlers and Tiaras is not only

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    As seen on the hit TLC reality show Toddlers & Tiaras‚ and its spin-off‚ Here Comes Honey Boo Boo‚ child beauty pageants put a premium on appearance. And in the case of so-called "high-glitz" pageants it’s an appearance that requires girls to dress up and perform like pint-size adults‚ complete with fake hair‚ spray tans‚ full makeup‚ ornate costumes and even artificial teeth (known as flippers). The child pageant and dance circuits are competitive‚ demanding and stressful. Watch any reality dance

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    Susan Krise Prof. J. Purtell English Composition II 06 October 2014 Argument Analysis “Toddlers in Tiaras‚” an article by Skip Hollandsworth‚ gives a glimpse into the world of child beauty pageants. It brings forth food for thought when one considers the “sexploitation“ of young girls‚ toddlers‚ even infants. In addition‚ it addresses the focus these pageants put on physical perfection and how these young ones are bombarded not only that singular focus but it questions their future development

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