Beauty pageants has long been a tradition for some, but now some judges and the media are calling it out for what they say is unfair treatment of women.

The beauty pageant industry has been criticized for allowing the rich to dominate, while women who aren’t as rich and successful as their male counterparts often feel unwelcome and excluded.

The Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pages have been criticized in recent years for promoting and promoting unrealistic standards of beauty.

And now a federal judge is trying to decide if the Miss USA pageants are violating federal antitrust laws.

In her ruling Thursday, Judge Katherine Forrest of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia is looking at whether beauty pageant contestants can be sued for “fairness to women.”

The pageant was created in 1971 as a way to promote beauty and attract the attention of the public.

The competition was created by the Miss America and Miss USA Pageants to help promote the beauty of the United States and its beauty pageant winners were chosen by the public and were expected to be “beautiful, smart, and strong.”

The competition has been plagued with complaints and lawsuits since it started, but has been mostly unsuccessful in its goal of showcasing the “best of the best,” as Miss USA president Kelly Clarkson put it.

“The beauty pageantry has been a part of our lives and it’s important to me that we continue to celebrate it,” Clarkson said in an interview with CBS News.

The beauty pageateurs also get paid for their efforts. “

And this competition is supposed to be a way for people to show their true selves and not just to be the celebrities that they are in this world.”

The beauty pageateurs also get paid for their efforts.

The contestants are not allowed to make more than $10,000 per contest, which is a much lower amount than the $50,000 that they usually make.

And contestants do not get paid if they perform poorly.

The pageants have also come under fire for creating a hierarchy of beauty pageance winners based on wealth and celebrity status.

“Miss America and Teen America” is a category where the pageant contestants are supposed to have the most money and power.

The category is supposed be for people who are “famous, rich, powerful and beautiful.”

The judges are also supposed to make a decision on who is “The Woman of the Year,” which is supposed not to include pageant winners from other categories like Miss Universe and Miss Housekeeping.

The judges also make decisions about how much money the pageants can give out.

The rules on who gets the spotlight in the pageant are also very specific.

In the Miss Universe pageant, for example, there is no money given out to “Miss Universe” contestants.

Miss America contestants can’t make more money than their Miss Universe counterparts.

And while Miss Teen America contestants are allowed to have a $10 million annual salary, that does not include the “money, endorsements and services” that they receive from their pageants, according to the Miss Teen Nation website.

And the Miss World Pageant pageants don’t get any money either.

“This is a business, this is not a charity, this pageant is a money-making venture,” said Emily Ritter, a spokeswoman for the Miss Beauty Pageants Association.

“We do not discriminate against any one of our pageants or the beauty pageant contestants.”

But some pageant judges and pageant sponsors have said they believe it’s unfair to put more power in the hands of women and not put more emphasis on what Pageants want women to look like.

The pageant pageants get paid a lot, but not enough, to compete at the level they are competing at.

“When the beauty pageante is a $5 million-a-year pageant, it’s not fair to all of us,” said Kathy Apt, president of the Miss Model United States chapter of the National Organization for Women, in a statement.

“It’s not unfair to women to be compensated for doing their best.

The reality is that women make up less than 20 percent of the total contestants, but they still get paid more than their male competitors.”

Pageants, who make more as the pageantry season goes on, also make more on their own.

They get a percentage of the revenue and all revenue from advertising on the pageant pages.

In addition, they also get bonuses for doing well in the competition.

“Pageants are the most glamorous, expensive, and exclusive events in the world, and they deserve better than this,” said Apt.

“To have these beauty pageantes be paid by the pageant company to be part of their pageant is an insult to the beauty that women have earned and deserve.”

The Miss Teen United States pageant has also been accused of encouraging a sexist environment.

In 2014, the pageant paid its contestants $10 for each contestant they competed with on the pageant.

The judge and pageant executive who worked on the