Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Miss Eng’g Again

Miss-Engg-2011---Ms-IE-Club-2011-12-13 In February, I wrote here about the Miss Eng'g (Engineering) womanless beauty pageant at the College of Engineering, University of Philippines-Diliman.

In my opinion, it was "one of the best, if not the best womanless pageant conducted at an educational institute, whether it be grammar school, middle school, high school, or college."

Yamini just informed me that the 2011 installment of the pageant has its Facebook page up and running.

This year's contestants are as amazing as past year contestants. It is hard to believe that the "girls" are really boys; all the femulations are excellent.

But that is just my opinion. See for yourself by visiting the Miss Eng'g Facebook page and feast your eyes on the images displayed at the following links:

•  Evening gown portraits

•  Swimsuit portraits

•  Character portraits

•  Boy mode portraits 

Truly amazing!


  1. Truly amazing. Thank you for the links ;


  2. Dear Stana,

    AMAZING!!! I agree. Miss Eng'g is BY FAR the best femulating event I have ever seen. Asian males seem to have the best body types and facial features in the world for lovely femulation. What fun these Miss Eng'g guys must have!!! The most realistic and passable femulators in my social/support group are Asian. Thank You for posting about this delightful event.

    To: Miss Eng'g Guys ... YOU GO, GIRLS!



  3. Why couldn't I have attended a university like this? Amazing photography, and they all look like fine young gentlemen in boy mode.

  4. hi Stana,
    thanks for mentioning me in your post
    here is some unseen photos(i guess) from last year's miss engg

    this year pre-pageant photos from a blog

  5. Engineers are very well represented among TGs and CDs. This again shows that an engineer, when faced with a task will find a solution.

  6. I'm from UP Diliman, Engineering as well. I've been helping my organization's candidate since 2009. Indeed, Miss Engg is amazing and fun! And what's more, all those guys are STRAIGHT! :) They're just being forced my their orgmates to join :))

  7. When I first review Miss Eng'g 2011 I was outraged that Miss Kem didn't win. I mean, she seriously looked like someone slipped a petite, kind of stacked, totally gorgeous girl into the competition. I actually am trying to imagine how deflating seeing Miss Kem as Snow White must have been for the other competitors - any group of fellas (even dressed like princesses) are deeply competitive after all.

    Make no mistake - Miss Kem is incredibly beautiful. She's probably the most beautiful Miss Eng'g contestant I've ever seen (Miss alchemes 2013 comes close, but comparing videos makes Miss Kem win by a mile. She's quite feminine and sexy.)

    So why didn't she win? One word - personality. Every picture of Miss IE shows her having fun. A big smile on her face. Seemingly thoroughly enjoying the entire experience. She's not taking it too seriously, having fun and looking gorgeous the whole time.

    Meanwhile Miss Kem never looks too happy. I'm guessing she was coached that way, to perhaps seem more like a super model or goddess? She doesn't look like she's having a bad time per se, more that the whole experience is beneath her. Also she totally has the "resting bitchface", which never helps. Maybe she's actually having a blast or is super nervous and is just trying to stay cool? Who knows?

    I have one small, probably unique to me complaint. Watch her talent video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtAG3fhDZc8&list=LLTetomOmkAVPWSlRDaB3Zqg). It's pretty great. However it drives me crazy that after putting on a 4 star performance where she stripped down from a bustier and pink tutu to her bra and panties while bringing the maximum amount of sexiness with that final pose, she turns and drops all the artifice by walking off like a man. Kind of stomps off stage with her arms dangling without all the grace and sensuality she's displayed the previous two and a half minutes. Compare that to Miss 49ers sashaying offstage in her 2012 performance. Again, this might just be a "me" thing.

    She does, however, look amazing. Definitely deserved that Miss Photogenic award. But Miss IE deserved to win. One of the things I loved about Miss IE was she came back the next year to pass off her crown and looked to still be having a great time with it. Just seems like a really fun, charismatic gal.

  8. AnonymousJune 25, 2020

    Hi! Ms IE CLUB 2011 here! :)

  9. AnonymousJuly 08, 2020

    Hi, it's Ms IE Club 2011. I stumbled upon this page again because a friend was trying to search for our Ms Engineering photos haha. Sadly, this blog and other youtube videos are the only remaining memories of our Ms Engineering batch because our FB page got deleted :/

    I thought I could share with you my personal experience in joining and winning the crown. Our batch was probably the most famous one because we had one candidate that went viral because she looked like one of the famous actresses at that time (i.e.Ms GPs looking like Melissa Ricks).

    I'd just like to echo Shukun, pretty much what Shukun thought about me was spot on.

    Preparation for the pageant was fun and challenging; practicing my catwalk in heels (I watch VS fashion shows as reference. Hello Candice!), learning how to dance and soften my hips (how do you even shake it like Beyonce), as well as braving the dreaded waxing day (yep, from shoulder to toe).

    I was never the prettiest/hottest/cutest candidate out there. My pre-pageant pics were so-so (see photo above). Ms GPs and Ms KEM were really the famous ones there in terms of the pre-pageant photos. So coming into the pageant night, I knew I had my back against the wall.

    Personality-wise, what I opted for is a bubbly and sassy lady on-stage. I knew I can pull that off since I'm somewhat like that in real life so it seems natural plus I just didn't have that sexy look as well as looking fierce so no point in trying to push for that. With my looks, I would say I was really pretty haha

    During the pageant night, I just made sure that everyone notices me no matter where I am in the stage. I made cute perky waves to the crowds and the judges. Even if I was behind a line, I would point and wave to anyone I saw looking at me(of course not excessively to the point that your an attention grabber)

    During my catwalk, I guess watching hours of VS really helped and I was able too pull-off those twirls and sassy poses. My talent was just right... as I said I wasn't a dancer and add to that the contestant before was so famous and had a great number. Hard to follow on that.

    Announcement of the Top 5 was nerve-wracking. Ms GPs and I were the only ones left to vying for the 5th spot. As expected almost EVERYONE (except for my org) were cheering for Ms. GPs to get in. Also did not help that I came from the most hated engineering org so everyone was really against me. I was thinking "please make this a Top 6." It was not a Top 6 but I was the one selected to be part of the Top 5.

    QA time. I didn't think I would win as well because Ms. ARISE just gave the best ever answer in the entire history of Ms. Engg. Her question was "How would you like to be saved by your Prince Charming?" She said "It does not matter how as long as I know he's there I know I'll always be safe" (something like that). The crowd totally lost it after hearing that.

    True enough the Top 2 was down to Ms. Arise and me. Again, EVERYONE was just cheering for Ms Arise but fortunately, they announced that the winner is me (no Steve Harvey moment here).

    I saw the score breakdown for the Top 5 which confirmed my guess that among the 5, I was the lowest during the pre-pageant, but pageant night, I had high scores. My QA was high as well.

    That night was just surreal. Pretty long night, lots of preparation physically and mentally, and just the electric vibe of the whole audience. It was an honor to represent my org and give it all my best, whether I won or not, I was just so happy to see the all-out support of my org and other fans I've gained. The crown was just the cherry on top.

    Thanks Shukun for your wonderful comments! (btw, are you from KEM?)

    Hope you all liked my experience. Ask me anything you want! I'll drop by this blog from time-to-time.

    Ms Engineering 2011

  10. AnonymousJuly 29, 2020

    I always wondered if the "girls" were experienced in dressing before the event, or did they do this for the 1st time. I remember reading an article about one of the girls and their girlfriend helped them out, but looking at some of the girls they are quite experienced looking.

    1. Depends. I'd say most are not experienced (at least in my case). That was my first time doing it

    2. I was a Ms Engg contestant myself but in early 2000s. I wore my female cousin’s 18th birthday gown. It was very uncomfortable because the dress was so tight I almost couldn’t breathe (my mother made me wear a girdle (?) because I had beer belly for me fit into the gown). Not to mention walking/standing on heels. I had fun though as it was my last semester of uni so it was like me saying goodbye to college life with a bang.

  11. Hey may i ask u if u still have photos from this ? The link are broken :'

    1. Sorry, but I don't have the photos from the broken links.