It would seem that MAPs, and maybe adults who are not quite MAPs that also admire beautiful girls for whatever reason, have a widely disparate taste in outfits on girls.
Like many of us have stated, I prefer "natural" pageants to the "glitz" version that seems to be all the rage on TV, probably because of the added drama due to the additional difficulty and expense that comes with them, thus increasing the social tension surrounding them. I can't stand that ridiculous make-up and wigs or elaborate hair styles that come with them, with the implicit attempt to make the girls look "older" (that, in fact, is one of the typical complaints directed at them). It almost seems to look as if these particular pageants are designed to make these girls look attractive to telieophiles rather than MAPs.
However, I do like revealing outfits, as girls have beautiful bodies that a better society would make them feel proud to show off and be admired for rather than the shaming aspect we see. That is what modeling is all about, and this filters into the world of dance and pageantry, whether our culture wants to admit that or not.
Several other MAPs I have known, however, find girls beautiful in traditional Victorian attire, which were specifically designed during that conservative era to de-emphasize sexiness. And others seem to prefer them in "average" clothing. And, of course, leotards are popular with many, and I like them too. The aesthetic side to our attractions run a wide gamut when it comes to the sartorial choices of girls.