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Womanless Pageant
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Has anyone else experienced being in a womanless pageant at their school? This concept has been around for years and grown in popularity. My school had these pageants as fund raisers. I was always being told I should participate. I finally did during my senior year. My mother actually got excited about it. My mother and both of my sisters had been in beauty pageants and each had won. My mother was crowned county fair queen back when she was in high school. I was pressured by all three to "hold up the family tradition." 

They prepped me for a whole week prior to the pageant. I had to practice wearing a gown and walking in heels along with coaching on my female mannerisms and voice. They even debated about my hairstyle and makeup. They really fussed over me. On the day of the pageant, we all arrived early and they went to work on me, doing my makeup, nails and hair. The other boys had girls helping them but everyone else wore wigs. I was the only one with my own hair in curlers. And, the only one ended up with an updo. My mother knew a few tricks for incorporating hair pieces to add height and blend my curled hair with them to make it look natural. My gown was actually one of my sisters' old prom dresses. My mother bought me lingerie and high heels. 

Each boy was escorted by a cheerleader, down a carpet run laid on the gym floor, to the stage. I heard a lot of gasps along with giggles and laughs. I was the only one who didn't struggle in heels. All the other boys looked like boys dressed as girls. I stood out. I was so excited when I won and seeing my family jumping up and cheering. It was an amazing feeling to hear people applaud. I'll never forget having the crown placed on my hair and being handed a bouquet of flowers. I felt so pretty and girly. Later my mother laughed and said, "Now, don't go off and make this a habit." If only she knew then what my college years would bring.
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#2
What an exciting experience that must have been (and great fun for you all). The fact such pageants are so widespread is testament to just how many males really want to exhibit their feminine side. 

Congrats on the win.  Big Grin
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(10-20-2020, 04:55 PM)Girlygirl Wrote: What an exciting experience that must have been (and great fun for you all). The fact such pageants are so widespread is testament to just how many males really want to exhibit their feminine side. 

Congrats on the win.  Big Grin
If I hadn't won, I'd have never lived it down. But on the other hand, I haven't lived it down. Its still a constant topic at family get togethers. My sisters' husbands and my mother's new husband just look at us strange, especially me, when the topic surfaces about beauty pageants. They're all "manly men."
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Michelle, that’s a wonderful experience you had, you were very fortunate to have the training from your Mom and sister. Only as an adult and then only recently I learned of Womenless pageants. There’s a wealth of great pictures online. A lack of writing on personal experiences from contestants so I’m very glad you wrote a bit about yours.
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(10-20-2020, 06:13 PM)afp Wrote: Michelle, that’s a wonderful experience you had, you were very fortunate to have the training from your Mom and sister. Only as an adult and then only recently I learned of Womenless pageants. There’s a wealth of great pictures online. A lack of writing on personal experiences from contestants so I’m very glad you wrote a bit about yours.

Yes, one has to wonder what became of the contestants, especially the winners. Did they continue their adventures, as I did? It was my second time dressing as a girl in high school. The other experience, which I posted, was when a girl bought me at a senior auction and dressed me as a girl for a school day. That experience helped me gain the courage to enter the pageant. In fact, it was by her suggestion.
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Michaela (Sorry for spelling your name wrong) yes I’m sure a few must have dressed again for different scenarios. Some would of course would have a competitive streak and entered next time. But alas I imagine some stoped after that. I read your other post too, great fun also.
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The joy of a sissy when winning


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Of course, they ensured that he did win precisely because they wanted to see that BAFTA winning reaction.  Big Grin
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#9
Such an expression of "Girlish Glee!" Excited and proud to have not only "passed" as Fe.male, but judged the most Feminine!
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