Saturday, May 09, 2009

What We Can Learn From Saudi Arabia's 'Miss Beautiful Morals' Competition

Josh Friedeman, the Millennial Perspective

I found this at Breitbart:
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) - Sukaina al-Zayer is an unlikely beauty queen hopeful. She covers her face and body in black robes and an Islamic veil, so no one can tell what she looks like. She also admits she's a little on the plump side.

But at Saudi Arabia's only beauty pageant, the judges don't care about a perfect figure or face. What they're looking for in the quest for "Miss Beautiful Morals" is the contestant who shows the most devotion and respect for her parents.

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