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I think for [members of the] LGBTQ community, for some of them, it’s an extension, [a fulfillment] of their fantasy [to be a beauty queen],” Capili said.“It’s a kind of nationalistic [act] for them.
Others simply want to live vicariously through these beauty queens.Flores and his team of nine teach aspiring queens everything they need to know to win, from acing the Q&A portion of the contest to walking, makeup, and hair styling.They also sponsor gym memberships, which come complete with a personal trainer.Flores grew up in Pateros where his father and grandfather worked as politicians. He tells us that he didn’t like speaking much back then. Then, Miss Universe 1974 arrived in Manila, and Flores’ world changed.In 1995, however, a then-colleague at a Japanese firm who knew about Flores’ obsession with pageants asked him to guide a female friend who hoped to win the beauty contest Beautiful Girl, a segment in the long-running noontime show Flores accepted and worked alongside his cousin Gio Flores, a fellow pageant fanatic, to coach the woman — who ended up winning. In 1996, Flores left his successful career as an engineer and founded KF with Gio.