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What do you think a belly dancer would say about the pagent industry & its latest scandal?  What would you expect a belly dancer would say about beauty & body issues for women?  What belly dancer Dilara Sultan has to say may surprise you.

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      Anne E wrote Feb 11, 2011
    • I’m not sure if she should be stripped of her title, but stepping down because she has no realistic chance of winning might be nice and give the Miss Texas runner up a shot.



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      Tuliplady wrote Feb 12, 2011
    • I think I have to agree with Dilara.  This girl put herself out there to be judged on very superficial criteria, and if she doesn’t meet them she should be out.  I think beatuy pagents are horrid and this girl is getting just what she deserves.



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      Linda L wrote Feb 13, 2011
    • 5‘8” tall and 129 lbs is fat??? No, Miss San Antonio should not lose what she earned. I dislike beauty pageants for their superficial message.

      However, I agree with you that all sizes look good belly dancing.



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      Cathie Beck wrote Feb 13, 2011
    • Belly dancing sounds like Way more fun than being in a silly beauty pageant. ;oD  Yep, I think they‘re a silly use of life.  

      Cathie



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      Dilara Sultan wrote Feb 15, 2011
    • Sounds like we all agree Miss San Antonio would be much happier belly dancing than being judged on her weight gain!

      This is why I love my hobby, job & passion! I’m accepted no matter what!  

      So ladies, have any of you tried belly dancing yet? ;)



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