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While we're still a few months away March Madness, College Basketball is gearing into full swing. There's more good news. You're not the only one who watches and attends games to see your favorite teams and favorite cheerleaders! Well then again, you're constant drooling at the mouth may make it seem as if you do attend games just for the cheerleaders. Let's take a look at the Hottest Cheerleaders of the Top 25 teams in the country Texas is mostly known as a football school in a football state, but both of the school's basketball programs have been very successful. Easy to see why they played so well when you have ladies like these cheering for you After winning 2 consecutive National Championships, Billy Donovan was so upset with his Florida team that he nearly banned them from wearing any clothing that signaled they were members of his program. Luckily for the Gator players, he allowed them to continue representing the program through their clothing, as they would not have had the lovely cheerleaders in Gainesville running up to them around campus. South Bend, IN is not a hotbed place to be in the winter months.
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Back Add. Post New Thread. Lion Well-Known Member. Expand Collapse. Joined: Sep 1, Messages: 10, Likes Received: 14, Washington Redskins cheerleaders were required to pose topless for a photo shoot in , while spectators invited by the team looked on, the New York Times reported Wednesday. Some of the cheerleaders were then required to attend a nightclub event as escorts for some of the team's male sponsors, according to the Times. The cheerleaders said there was no sex involved, but they felt the team was "pimping us out. I think teams will start paying attention to this only when it's too late. Some of the women characterized the trip as "a wild gathering, where men shot liquor into the cheerleaders' mouths with turkey basters.
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When the Washington Redskins took their cheerleading squad to Costa Rica in for a calendar photo shoot, the first cause for concern among the cheerleaders came when Redskins officials collected their passports upon arrival at the resort, depriving them of their official identification. For the photo shoot, at the adults-only Occidental Grand Papagayo resort on Culebra Bay, some of the cheerleaders said they were required to be topless, though the photographs used for the calendar would not show nudity. Others wore nothing but body paint. A contingent of sponsors and FedExField suite holders — all men — were granted up-close access to the photo shoots. They had a special assignment for the night. Some of the male sponsors had picked them to be personal escorts at a nightclub. Several of them began to cry. Other girls were devastated because we knew exactly what she was doing. Their treatment has come under intense scrutiny in recent weeks since two former N. Interviews with dozens of current and former N.
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Few look it: most are lithe and fit from a lifetime of exercise. Now they are buzzing around a banquet hall set up in a club-seating deck on the upper level of Nissan Stadium in Nashville, home of the Tennessee Titans. There are nearly former N. There are sparkles on dresses, sparkles on earrings, sparkles on stilettos. The ex-cheerleaders have been drawn here by their shared past—a collective nostalgia for their days on the sidelines, their moment in the spotlight. But despite their giddiness at being re-united, they know there is no escaping the present.

Over the past year , the N. Five former members of the Washington Redskins squad say the team flew them to Costa Rica in , stripped them of their passports, and required them to pose topless before wealthy fans.

In March, former cheerleader Bailey Davis sued the New Orleans Saints for firing her over an Instagram photo she posted of herself in a lacy bodysuit. The teams have all denied the allegations, and the N. But what I like to say to people is that had it not been for the background I had in the N. Some women at the reunion say privately that they experienced similar mistreatment during their time in the N. Cheerleaders started out as men—before the N. None of that is new.

Such dismissals contain a tacit admission of a deeper reality. The low pay, the body-shaming, the Draconian rules about appearance and behavior that apply to cheerleaders but not to players—these are not the work of a few rogue coaches or lecherous owners.

The N. One by one, front offices from Buffalo to San Diego gave N. To woo TV viewers, court sponsors, and boost their brands, teams systematically set out to turn their cheerleaders into sex objects—ones who would serve as cheap labor in the hope that the opportunity would rocket them to stardom in Hollywood or the media.

In the beginning, cheerleaders were neither modest women nor sexy women. Though male cheerleaders endured at some upper-crust schools think George W. Bush at Yale , there was a Rosie-the-Riveter-ing of the sport during the Second World War: as men shipped off overseas, women stepped into their saddle shoes. Cheerleading hit the big leagues in , when the Baltimore Colts cheerleaders became the first full-time squad in the N. Their look was more Jackie than Marilyn—letter sweaters, bobby socks, and homemade pom-poms. In what would become an N.

Cheerleading retained its girl-next-door innocence until one fateful day in November , when a Dallas burlesque performer named Bubbles Cash sauntered through the stands at a Cowboys game wearing a micro-miniskirt and carrying cotton candy.

The unexpected sensation did not go unnoticed. Barnum of the N. You had to turn it into showbiz. And the cheerleaders were one of the ways that he turned it into the greatest show on earth. Now, inspired by Cash, Schramm re-invented the cheerleaders as sexy, glamorous, scantily clad showgirls, dressing them in the now legendary royal-blue halter tops, star-spangled vests, hot pants, and white go-go boots. They were just starting to hit the market. Left, Cowboys general manager Tex Schramm, who led the move from sweaters to halter tops, with N.

Raised a scrappy latchkey kid by a single mom, Kepley was working as a clerk at federal bankruptcy court when she heard an ad on the radio for Dallas cheerleader tryouts. Women were asked to come dressed in short-shorts and halters, and to free-dance to disco music while the judges subjected their bodies to unabashed assessments.

The new cheerleaders, in fact, were deliberately cast to fit a wide range of male fantasies. Shake it! The new image was engineered especially for TV. The Cowboys tapped Bob Shaw, a Dallas-based freelance photographer, to stage and shoot the poster.

Maybe we can make a dollar. For ambience, Shaw fired up a smoke machine and rigged his studio with neon lights inspired by the lightsabers in Star Wars. But when I ask Shaw if the cheerleaders shared in the revenue, he bursts out laughing. At their peak, the D. The team tapped Cathy Core, who had left a convent to coach cheerleaders for a church middle school, as founder of the Honey Bears. Former cheerleaders say that while the teams dressed them like hookers, they were expected to comport themselves like virgins.

To maintain the proper balance between sex and sparkle—to protect, in effect, the particular brand of fantasy they were creating—the Cowboys and other teams implemented a host of stringent rules. Most were pioneered by Suzanne Mitchell, a former P. No chewing gum. No wearing blue jeans. No appearing drunk in public. And absolutely no love handles. She instituted regular weigh-ins. I weigh And they still wanted me thinner.

Other lists singled out those who needed to slim their midsections, those who needed to lose 5 pounds, and those who needed to drop 10—all within days, or else risk being benched. Some lived on salads, yogurt, and beef-bouillon cubes plopped in hot water, when they ate at all. To shed last-minute water weight, Killmer encased her thighs in Saran Wrap, pulled on plastic dance pants, and rehearsed for hours. Enforcement of the prohibition, however, was often skewed by gender. But if they were caught by the team, the cheerleader would usually take the fall.

Marketing N. Left, Suzanne Mitchell, the Dallas squad director who instituted rigorous body standards that were widely imitated; right, the poster that sparked a craze. Dallas also pioneered the practice of boosting its bottom line by having the cheerleaders make paid appearances at events like car shows and golf outings. Mitchell banned appearances where alcohol was served and sent along bodyguards, but cheerleaders still remember how uneasy they felt at such events.

I had to change apartments and telephone numbers. But in a trend that continues to the present day, they were paid little to nothing for their work on game days. While the team racked up millions, the Chargettes held car washes and bake sales to pay for their uniforms and travel to away games. Lynita Shilling, who joined the Chargettes in at age 20, overlooked the lack of pay because she was an aspiring actress who hoped the squad would launch her career.

Back then, however, there were no N. Back wages? After the game, the D. That night, sitting on the runway in New Orleans, a group of disgruntled cheerleaders formed a rogue unit called Texas Cowgirls Inc. The shoot featured Kepley opening a metallic jacket to flash one of her breasts.

Cheerleaders from other teams also took part. Shilling, the Chargette, posed topless, seductively biting her lower lip. The check helped pay for her wedding. The Playboy pictorial hit the league like a bombshell. The Chargettes not only fired Shilling, they disbanded the entire squad, even though the front office had known about the shoot in advance and encouraged the cheerleaders to participate. The Cowboys, who had originally recast the cheerleaders as objects of sexual desire, lashed out when others tried to capitalize on their newly sexualized image.

The team also successfully sued Playboy photographer Arny Freytag for making the poster featuring the topless Texas Cowgirls. All we did is ask them to remove the wrapping. The cheerleaders themselves understood what was at stake. When we were featured in Playboy , it was a bad reflection on management. The key difference between Dallas and Playboy was one of audience.

The Cowboys, who operate in the heart of the Bible Belt, were careful to package the cheerleaders to appeal to male fans, without drawing the ire of their wives or ministers. They were well aware of what was necessary to get them the notoriety they were looking for—to drive ticket holders, drive eyeballs to TV, drive advertisers.

They knew exactly what was going on. Ironically, as the years passed, the N. Over the next three decades, the cheerleaders found their uniforms getting skimpier and skimpier—hot pants made hotter with V-shaped dips at the waist. Seductive posters gave way to swimsuit calendars and lingerie calendars. In , one squad of cheerleaders decided to do something about it. The Buffalo Jills became the first and only squad to unionize, demanding better pay and equal treatment. But the victory proved short-lived. A local restaurant owner eventually agreed to step in, on one condition: the Jills must drop their union affiliation.

Without the protection of collective bargaining, the Jills once again found themselves at the mercy of the owners. In , the Jills made news again when they became one of the first N. But like the Chargettes before them, the Jills discovered that speaking up carried a heavy price: rather than settle, Buffalo simply disbanded the squad.

Four years later, the case is still inching its way through the courts. The sale of swimsuit calendars, posters, and other cheerleading merchandise represents a relatively tiny source of revenue for most teams, according to Ray Katz, who worked as the N. He says the league should provide cheerleaders with a fair wage for game-day performances, and create a clear revenue-sharing plan for personal appearances.



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