As a rival competition to Donald Trump’s Miss Universe pageant, the Miss Venus plus-size beauty pageant is going to show the world that beauty does not come in just a size 0 to 8.
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) April 08, 2013
Whether we like it or not, big girls are fabulous too. With that in mind, there is a new addition to today’s curvy revolution; one that seeks to show the world that plus-size women are just as beautiful as their thinner fellow females. Joining the plus-size industry leaders like Lane Bryant, Catherine’s Plus-Sizes, and Torrid is Project Venus: Plus-Size; an international movement designed to promote the world’s acceptance of fuller-figured women within the beauty industry. To kick off its initiation into the curvy revolution, Project Venus: Plus-size is holding a beauty pageant in Las Vegas, Nevada titled as the Miss Venus plus-size beauty pageant. The pageant’s concept idolizes the roman goddess, Venus, because her image has always portrayed a woman with a not so skinny waistline.
As a rival competition to Donald Trump’s Miss Universe pageant, the Miss Venus pageant is going to show the world that beauty does not come in just a size 0 to 8. To prove this, in December of 2013 real curvy girls, who are between pant-sizes 10 and 28, will model plus-size clothing for beauty pageant categories such as fashion, swimsuit (that’s right… swimsuit), and evening gown; all for the opportunity to become the first Miss Venus - the curvy goddess of love and beauty.
“The Miss Venus plus-size beauty pageant should not be confused with being just another beauty pageant”, says Shana, the event’s director. The revolutionary event is set to be filmed live for a ‘Big Girls are Fabulous Too’ documentary that will be broadcast on television in America. To learn more about Project Venus: Plus-Size and the Miss Venus plus-size beauty pageant, you can visit their website at http://www.GoddessPageants.com