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Congrats Miss Plastic Surgery!

October 11, 2009 by  
Filed under Activism, Body Image, Finding Your Voice

It’s about time we created yet another beauty pageant don’t you think?

The U.S will need to follow the innovation of Budapest, Hungary, where “Miss Plastic” was officially crowned this weekend.

Accordingly to Huffington Post, contestants showed off breast implants, nose jobs and face lifts, with the goal to promote the benefits of plastic surgery.

And it wasn’t just the plasticized women who were in the spotlight, the contest also awarded the skilled Plastic Surgeons who performed the life saving procedures.

“I think this competition is long overdue,” said photographer Marton Szipal, one of the pageant judges. “Hungarians used to laugh about plastic surgery but it’s time for Hungarian women to care more about their appearance. They are the most beautiful in Europe.” (with just a few little nips and tucks here and there?)

To qualify for the pageant, the 18 Hungarian residents (three of them strippers) had to prove they’d gone fully under the knife – mere Botox or collagen injections did not count. Nearly all the contestants showed off augmented breasts, with reshaped noses also popular. One finalist had surgically adjusted toes.

Organizers claimed contestants were expected to show “a perfect harmony of body and soul,” but the three-part pageant concentrated almost exclusively on the women’s physical attributes.

Pageant queen Reka Urban, a 22-year-old hostess, won an apartment in Budapest, first runner-up Edina Kulcsar was given a new car and second runner-up Alexandra Horvath took home diamond jewelry worth 2 million forints ($10,800).

What do you think?



7 Responses to “Congrats Miss Plastic Surgery!”
  1. lissa10279 says:

    I don’t know whether to laugh or cry at this sad state of affairs.

  2. Yum says:

    I have no problem with this. If plastic surgery makes a person truly happy, then they should be able to go ahead. If a person wants extreme bodmod, then they should go ahead. The difference is (a) if they’re doing it because they feel they have to, or (b) the end result is viewed by society as the only acceptable look, that’s where the problems begin.

    For example, Fat Acceptance isn’t about trying to make everyone fat, or trying to make fat the “ideal woman”, it’s about accepting that some people like themselves the way they are, fat and all.

  3. Luis Howard says:

    breast implants will just become ordinary surgical prodedure these days`,’

  4. breat implants that are internally filled with saline solution are much safer compared to those silicone oil based type”,-

  5. i personally do not think that breast implants are necessary but if a woman wants a better breast then it is her own decision “


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