Many young ladies who participate in pageants have a pageant platform or social issue that is important to them. Some ladies may even decide to take their support of a cause to the next level by creating their own non-profit/organization. Having a physical pageant platform makes for an impressive resume which will attract the judges’ attention. More

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The other night I was watching Breaking Bad on Netflix when my iPhone chimed telling me that I had a new email. I saw that it was a alert from Google and that they found someone talking about, “Pageant Planet“. Curious…I opened up my email and saw this… When I saw the title of the

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For those of us who compete in a system with a platform, it can be taunting to just pick a platform. Many of us have a lot of passions and want to work for many different causes, however, with our platform we must choose the one cause that means the most to us. In pageantry,

We’ve all seen the stereotypical portrayals of pageant contestants, a la Miss Congeniality, spreading peace, love and beauty throughout the world. I say, it’s a tough job and someone’s gotta do it! So, why not you? Making a difference in the world is something that happens one relationship at a time, one hug at a

Selecting a platform is an important process that’s usually driven by some personal experience or investment on your part. While you may be passionate about your cause, certain platforms can bring up some really complex questions in the interview room. Preparing for those questions and considering your potential response (both verbally and non-verbally) can reduce

Bullying has become a widespread epidemic in the lives of teenagers in the past few years. Their peers, causing a destruction of self-esteem and a longing to stay not only indoors but also at home, away from the world, bring this bullying usually upon them. Due to the increase of bullying, a nonprofit in New

Pageant Questions On Bullying

Thursday, 12 September 2013 by

One of the issues plaguing our generation is bullying and the perceived increase in its severity. Celebrities like Lady Gaga and Katy Perry have contributed to anti-bullying campaigns and helped raise awareness across the country. I’m sure everyone has either been a victim of bullying or knows someone who has to some degree. The popularity

Contrary to popular belief, pageant girls are not all the ditzy and glitzy girls portrayed on shows like “Toddlers and Tiaras” and “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.” As American reality TV shows exaggerate pageantry, it puts to shame those who are actually making a difference during their reigns, not just living in the lime light.

I am jittery with excitement over something that I personally believe is going to ROCK THE PAGEANT PLANET. Quite the claim is it not? The reason why I am ecstatic is because with this one partnership I have created a viable solution for the BIGGEST problem facing pageant girls and directors (raising sponsorship money) by

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A lot of girls wonder if your platform can truly help you win the crown.  There’s even been an article on The Pageant Planet about why the platform is the least important part of your pageant preparation.  And this isn’t true.  The platform matters when the competition is the fiercest, your platform is the tie

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