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Miss World bans bikinis for 2013 contest in Indonesia

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Well guys its true. Bikinis have been banned from the 2013 Miss World beauty pageant.

For this year’s Miss World pageant, the contestants will wear Bali’s traditional long sarongs.
The event will be held in Indonesia on September 28, on the resort island of Bali and in Sentul, an area near the capital, Jakarta.

This is as a result of the protests from Muslim groups . Indonesia is one of the countries in the world with the highest Muslim Population .

The chairwoman of the Miss World Organization, Julia Morley,confirmed that none of the 137 contestants would wear a bikini. She said :

“Indonesia is designing for us a very beautiful one-piece beachwear,and I’m very happy with them,”
“The pageant will include a special beachwear fashion show.
“I don’t think Indonesia is the only country that has that culture, but we like to work in the manner respectful to every country, and I cannot see why when you go to somebody’s country you should not behave respectfully.”

Adjie S. Soeratmadjie of the RCTI, the official broadcaster and local organiser reportedly also said,

“There will no bikini in this year’s Miss World pageant to respect our traditional customs and values,” adding that the London-based Miss World Organization is on board with the decision.
“This is a sensitive issue in Indonesia. We have discussed it since last year and they have agreed,” he said.



  1. Like, why would I want to watch this, If i can’t see them in their bikini? They just deprive me and my friends on how analyst talk about who’s got the best body and who has stretchmarks that was covered up by make-up. sad tho!

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  3. After living in Bangladesh for five years and seeing how amazingly beautiful women can and do look while remaining ‘covered up’ I’m all in favour of this. Men love to see beauty and I admire the beauty of a good-looking woman but that does not mean we need to be encouraged to see women as objects to be obtained as sex toys and not respected as human beings. I suspect that this year’s beauty contest will see some stunning women who we can admire without being to encouraged to disrespect them the way we often see in Asia where girls and women are raped precisely because they are seen as sexual objects and nothing else.

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