Miss USA Speaks Out On Negative Stereotypes ‘ Women Come in All Shapes, Sizes, and Colors’

Previous Article
Next Article

As a target of plenty of name calling, Miss USA Deshauna Barber speaks out on stereotypes in the beauty pageant industry.

deshauna-barber-miss-usa

In a recent interview with People, Miss USA expressed the importance of using her time wearing the crown to fight back against negative criticism and stereotyping by showing that diversity is beautiful and that women come in all shapes, sizes, and colors.

Photo: Robert Clyde Grima

Photo: Robert Clyde Grima

“In pageantry, there are the stereotypes that women are airheads or that they’re not educated,” Barber, a military officer, tells PEOPLE. “By winning the Miss USA pageant, I was really able to show that a lot of women have so many backgrounds. We’re all so very unique and diverse so I’m so excited that I’m able to represent that, especially as a woman in the military.”

Deshauna Barber is the first military member to be crowned Miss USA. She joins Tanya Rivero to discuss her historic win, her work in the military and what’s next for her. Watch below:

Please follow and like us:
Previous Article
Next Article

Comments

comments

READ  Being on The Black Side of The Racial Divide

About the Author

Choco Staff
Follow us for content that entertains, informs, and inspires.

Please spread the word

Read more:
Erykah Badu Still one the Most Desirable Women On Earth

  https://youtu.be/IL_cIhN2F7U Sources: Global Grind, The Combat Jack Show & Madame Noire: “The ‘Badu Box’ Is Real” Common Tells Us...

Close