Friday, May 21, 2010

wbp news

fms_wbp Laurie e-mailed me about another womanless beauty pageant (wbp) that has photos online.

This particular wbp took place last month at the Florence Middle School of Florence, MS, and in my humble opinion, the "girls" went all out and there are some excellent femulations among the competitors for the crown of "Miss Eagle Queen."

You can view photos here and there are more photos in the school's newsletter.


  1. amazing pics at that website!
    thanks for sharing the link..
    they seem copyrighted though..i
    wanted to save a few but can't..
    any idea how to save to my computer? thanks!

    i also love your site and consider it one of the best!

  2. AnonymousMay 21, 2010


    I use a program called "Printkey" that allows you to print anything from any portion of the screen. Just Google "Printkey" and download "Printkey 2000". It's free.


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  4. AnonymousMay 22, 2010

    Julie, you can take a screen shot with any number of freeware capture programs, then crop and edit in Photoshop. Better, if you are using Firefox (and you should be), you can just click on Tools --> Page Info --> Media, and you'll get a list of all the images on the page. Scroll through them, and it will display each image in turn. When you find the one you want to save, just click on the prominent "Save As" button to do so! This won't work with flash-based pages, but should work with most others!

  5. AnonymousMay 22, 2010

    Wow, that is one of the best I’ve seen – thank you, Stana, for sharing your find!

    WPBs have long been a source of fascination for me, and I’ve made some deductions based on not just the photos or videos I’ve seen of the many actual events, but also “behind the scenes” descriptions and images that sometimes provide a window into the preparation involved. With school-age (middle and high school) WPBs, if the overall quality of femulation is high (well-fitting up-to-date gowns, nice heels instead of flip-flops or sandals, flawless makeup, nice wigs rather than halloween-quality mops, etc.), you can almost be certain that the Moms were heavily involved in the process, rather than the boys being left to their own devices and/or the help of peers (often yielding results more comical than realistic). And in the best cases, a lot of these are probably already “pageant Moms” who have done the same for their daughters, and have some savvy about hair, fashion, and makeup techniques. I think that is the case here – note how even the crowns and sashes are of legitimate “straight” pageant quality, rather than handcrafted or improvised.

    Makes you wonder if all those TV fiction stories of mothers feminizing their boys are more than just fantasy. Maybe there are a lot of Moms who secretly yearn for the opportunity to turn a son into a daughter, even if just for one evening!

  6. AnonymousMay 22, 2010

    Stanna and Laurie, great find. The contestants are lovely and I agree that they really went all out to femulate. I personaly think the contestant you ve highlighted created the best total image, especially when you look at the newsletters shot. He definitely has a future in heels
    Thanks and please share more on the pageants in the future.

  7. Julie --- I use SnagIt on my Windows PC at work and Grab on my Mac at home.

  8. I think middle school is too young. If it was my kids' school, I would have taken it to the district.

    I guess it makes me a hypocrite, but I wouldn't want a middle school *girl* in some of those outfits, much less a boy.

    Yes, I'm one of *those* parents. Sorry.

  9. thanks girls..i'll try your suggestions!

  10. AnonymousMay 23, 2010

    another link...


  11. AnonymousJuly 30, 2010

    Thanks for posting Stana. Some of those gurls are very attractive and would give real girls a run for their money. That brunette on your fornt page, especially, is gorgeous! I think it rather proves the point that the male-to-female transition tends to be much more satisfactory when they start young. Not that any of those contestants are wannabe transsexuals, although who knows? One or two might be after that womanless pageant. ;o)

    One thing that bothers me greatly as a man, however. and to me seems very much a double standard. Schools and society seem to condone these 'womanless' pageants, but if you are a man over 18 and give even a half-way admiring glance at any of these boys, you are liable to be ostracized as a pedophile. Another case of the lunatics taking over the asylum. :o(

    An Admirer