A politically uncorrect Miss World 2013…

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In an interview on the Filipino news show ANC Headstart, the recently crowned Miss World 2013, Megan Lynn Young, responded to questions about human sexuality.


Miss World 2013, Megan Lynn Young
(click on picture to watch the interview)

Concerning a controversial anti-life law making its way through the Philippine courts, Miss Young stated:

Well, I’m pro-life and if it means killing someone that’s already there, then I’m against that, of course. I’m against abortion.

Asked about contraception, she said:

I don’t engage in stuff like that as of now. I think that’s – uh, sex is for marriage. That’s my belief. So, when it comes to the RH bill, as long as my beliefs are no abortion; it should be with your partner for life. Then that’s my stand.

About divorce?

 Divorce. I’m actually against divorce, because I’ve seen, of course, that in my family. So I think that if you marry someone, that should be the person you should be with forever, through sickness and health, through good and bad, you should be with that person.

Then, get this question: “Now, a woman as gorgeous as yourself, how do you say no to sex? “

You just say no. If they try to push you, then you step away because you know that that person doesn’t value you, doesn’t value the relationship as much – and if the guy is willing, you know, to sacrifice that, then that means a lot.

Well, duh!

Espousing those politically uncorrect views, how did Miss Young—born to a Filipino mother and an American father and living in the Philippines—ever get crowned “Miss World 2013”?

More to the point, doesn’t this entire line of questioning say a whole lot more about the interviewer–as representative of the mainstream media–than it does the interviewee?

The Motley Monk “kudos” to Miss World 2013, Megan Lynn Young, for her staunch defense of life!  Hopefully during her year-long reign, this Miss World will be free to continue espousing her politically uncorrect views.

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  1. Speak loud, clear and often about your views. You only reign for a while, so use it to get the attention of the world, Miss WOrld! The spirit is upon you!

  2. Being “gorgeous” means it’s harder to say no to (premarital) sex?? Besides the questioner’s utter illogic, what else do we infer from how that question is framed, that the non-gorgeous have no problem saying no to sex? In this sex-obsessed society maybe we believers should be saying “why do you hate virgins?” and “why do you hate chastity?” and “why do you hate life?” Of course in many cases, we know it is Christ the Redeemer of humanity they hate.

  3. Orphan – My guess would be that gorgeous women get pressured more often, but that more ordinary women get more intense pressure to prove their “worth”.

    For public figures, though, it’s got to be insane. Men want to see young, innocent women, but we always want a little more. Britney could hold our attention in a short skirt for her first video, but the male mind unchecked by virtue just wants to see a little more skin, wants to get a little more action, every time. I imagine it stems from a healthy pre-Fall instinct toward increased intimacy. Put a Hollywood agent into the mix and it becomes “great scene, now do it without the shirt”.

    God bless this Miss World with the strength to hold out.

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