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War für die Generation Y der Öffentliche Dienst ein absolutes No-Go, könnte er prinzipiell für die Generation Z hoch attraktiv sein.Das setzt aber voraus, dass sich öffentliche Dienst offensiv und richtig auf die Generation Z einstellt.I had a really horrible relationship with food and when I entered it promoted good self esteem.It wasn't all about being stick thin, people loved me for my brains.'I got so bad [the eating disorder] my body started shutting down and I was like, this is not healthy.Zoiey, who now works in the sports industry, said she felt hurt by the director's words.'I'm a size ten; I'm not big at all I'm just bang on average.I just think to be told to lose as much weight as possible for a competition, why would people say that?" It was one of those things, in the 21st century you don't actually expect people to be that blunt.'I knew people said it quite tactfully and there was this thing around girls being stick thin and stuff...
Zoeiy was meant to travel to Guayaquil, Ecuador this September to compete for the title of Miss United Continents, but just weeks after being crowned the UK winner her dream collapsed.
Zoiey was so gobsmacked that all she could say was 'pardon?
' before hanging up the phone and not getting back to them for two weeks.
I wasn't going to let someone treat me that way.'Zoiey believes her experience will only increase the stigma surrounding pageants and wants budding beauty queens to be aware of the 'rogue' competitions.
She said: 'I handed my title back because I'm not going to support a competition that can do that to people, I just think it's so, so wrong.
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I don't think to be a good role model you have to be stick thin and I explained my reasoning that way.'Zoiey believes she was told to lose weight because Miss United Continents is what she calls a 'rogue' pageant, different to more established competitions like Miss World or Miss Galaxy.