The women on stage could stop traffic. Not just with their beauty, which is plentiful, nor their smiles, which are dazzling. These girls could stop traffic with their bare hands. Because the contestants in Tonga’s Miss Heilala competition are enormous. Many top 6 feet. Some must weigh nearly 200 pounds. I’m sitting so close they could reach out and touch me, or break me in half, since I’ve been roped into judging. “We like our women big,” says a grinning Semisi, a fellow judge and native Tongan. He’s cool. I’m sweating. I do not want to get this decision wrong.