Miss Nepal makes history as first ‘plus size’ Miss Universe contestant – reveals what people told her

The Miss Universe competition is one of the most prestigious on the global beauty pageant circuit.  Young women from all over the world compete for the title that could change their entire lives.  This year, Miss Nepal made headlines, she didn’t win but she made history in another way.  Read on to learn more about what’s so unique about it!  The Miss Universe pageant has existed for 71 years.  This year, however, the competition saw a first: a taller candidate.  This 22-year-old Nepali candidate made history by being the first woman to compete who did not have the standard height to which the competition is accustomed!  While many people appreciated her beauty and different figure, she also had to face harsh criticism from people who were unable to appreciate her beauty!  Jane Dipika Garrett was frank in her positions, but also when she spoke about her feelings.

She always dreamed of being a model, but she had self-esteem issues.  However, participating in the competition helped her gain new confidence.  Shutterstock  She said she didn’t expect to receive so much applause when she took the stage.  The young Nepalese said she “expected nothing” and that she participated to represent her country and also “to represent women around the world”.  While she was loved around the world, the young Miss Universe contestant revealed that she also received messages that were far from kind.  She called some of the messages “cruel.”  She said: “I see things like ‘Oh, it’s a whale’ or ‘Why don’t you go to the gym?’  “.

And things like that.”  She continues: “It’s like they don’t even know my story.  They don’t even know what I’m going through.  »  She revealed that she was diagnosed with a condition called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).  This disease involves an overproduction of androgens by the ovaries, and people with it therefore have higher than normal levels of androgens.  PCOS manifests itself in different ways for different people: some may gain weight, others may experience irregularities in their menstrual cycles, acne, and excessive hair growth.  She explained that because of this illness, she had recently gained weight.

The Miss Universe contestant said: “It also impacted my mental health and self-esteem because I thought I wasn’t good enough or that I wasn’t beautiful enough.”  However, she did not let anything stop her from giving her best at the Miss Universe pageant.  She prepared extensively and made sure to give the best of herself in order to win the title.  If some people are always negative and find fault with another person’s appearance, we should learn to ignore them!  Miss Nepal is indeed a beautiful person, not only outside but also inside.  There is no such thing as a “bad body type”!  We are all beautiful, share this with someone to remind them that they are beautiful!

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