So , your profession , too, can be attributed to sex . I believe that sex work can be a lot of profession. I was thinking that sex can be even cook profession, it all depends on how a woman gives herself and whether it wants to apply it yourself.But about the article , I can say that some of the professions is absolutely not sexy for me . But not fulgarnoy not love pole dance, for me it is very vulgar, but what the other, I would have danced with pleasure. Very strange that the man did not notice these same cooks, because the former without which they can not do - no food, so let's be honest.Well, could not resist and did not comment on the previous post .In my opinion , a bank employee - also quite sexy profession , because the mind - excites many women. Okay hostess - she is sexy, attractive, well, it's even possible to consider sexual profession. My work is of course far from being sexy, I'm an employee of the bank, and then only to work wisely, and no sexuality. Of course I would like to work on what that sex work, because I have a beautiful figure and face, and I would like to show at least a little but that's all.The awards most frequently presented at MBGN are Miss Photogenic, Miss Amity, and Best Traditional Costume.From 2007 to 2012, soft drink marketers La Casera, in conjunction with MBGN organisers chose a contestant to be the face of their brand.But since (former Miss World) Agbani [Darego] won it in 2001, we don’t beg anyone anymore".and Theatre graduate Sabina Umeh was the first Nigerian to win the Personality prize at Miss World 1990.
As with most pageants second-place winners are expected to replace the title-holder if they are unable to complete their reign; this has only happened twice – Biology student Regina Askia replaced Bianca Onoh after the latter resigned in 1989, Winners traditionally adopt at least one platform (also known as 'pet project') during their reign – an issue which is of relevance to Nigeria.
In the mid-nineties, after MBGN had no place at Miss Universe and Miss World, MBGN organisers placed height and weight restrictions on the contestants' entry forms, and judges were told not to select the woman they found most attractive, but contestants with a greater chance of winning at international pageants.
Due to the country's conservative standards, very few contestants competed in the early days of MBGN, and competitors from Northern Nigeria are still rare, as its predominantly Muslim population frown on beauty pageants.
This is just my opinion, I do not pretend to have the truth, and men offer to be considerate to other professions of the weaker sex, because you never know where you will find ...
Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria – also abbreviated as MBGN – is a pageant organised by Silverbird Group with the main purpose of sending representatives to international competitions.