Girls Wear Beef Bikinis In Bumbum Contest To Protest Sexual Harassment

Five women competing in the seventh annual Miss Bumbum Brazil contest have shown up to protest sexual harassment dressed in beef bikinis. The women are claiming they are not just a piece of meat, although they are competing in a pageant where they are judged on their posterior meat. Hollywood is running wild with sexual harassment and assault accusations and perhaps the five women dressed in 110 pounds of raw beef wanted to make a statement. It's just funny that they're making a statement during a contest where they are essentially judged upon their ability to be a piece of meat.

Hollywood creeps need to get their act cleaned up, but being a person in a barely dressed pageant trying to talk to people about not being a piece of meat, while they flaunt their backside at judges like a piece of well marinated steak, is not exactly the most effective form of protest. In fact, I question their motive. I don't think they care about sexual assault, but this is a wonderful way to get their event covered. Now everyone who didn't know about Brazils butt contest will surely be Googling and oogling. If wearing a meat bikini isn't good promotion suitable for the mainstream media, then what is?

One of the contestants, according to the Mirror, is reported to have said "we are not just a piece of meat. We are blamed for being too sexy. And with Hollywood actresses, what was the excuse?" 

Blamed for being too sexy? Embrace it. If you're blessed to be in the Brazil butt contest, then enjoy it if that's what you're into.

Women are not a piece of meat, but dressing up in a beef bikini for a contest where women basically show off their body doesn't work.

In this case, the women are meat and the judges are the taste testers. Not literally though. Not unless Harvey Weinstein is the judge.

Final do Miss Bumbum 2017: Em tom de protesto, convite da final tem candidatas com biquíni feitos de carne “Nos culpam por ser sexy demais. E as atrizes de Hollywood, qual a desculpa?” Em semana que teve tom de protesto sobre a violência contra a mulher em Hollywood, o concurso traz reflexão em mais um convite polêmico para a sua final. Todo ano o Miss Bumbum divulga um convite polêmico para a final do concurso e esse ano não foi diferente. Se no ano passado as meninas recriaram a Santa Ceia só de biquíni, nessa edição elas foram inspiradas na performance da cantora internacional Lady Gaga. As candidatas se vestiram com biquínis feitos de carne para compor o convite da final. “Isso é uma resposta para todos que falam que somos só um pedaço de carne”, contam. Com 50kg de carne, 8 horas de trabalho entre maquiagem, produção e fotografia, o resultado é um convite para a final da 7º edição do Miss Bumbum Brasil com tom de protesto a favor da liberdade de expressão. A final do concurso, que está em sua 7º edição, acontecerá no Noô Bar, em São Paulo, no dia 06 de novembro. As 15 meninas mais votadas no site farão um desfile de gala e uma apresentação individual. A pontuação fica por conta dos jurados, que avaliarão beleza, apresentação, simpatia e, é claro, o bumbum. Crédito: Marco Pinto | MBB7

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