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I came into the discussion too late to get in a comment on this topic due to it having reached the maximum number of comments, so I have opted to go with an addendum. I hope that does not violate any rules. Like many others in the thread, I can appreciate the concerns of the cheerleaders and their families about the situation.
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Page 2 of 3 Prev 1 2 3 Next. Sep 14, Sep 15, These shots aren't for sale, unless someone feels like buying them. They're going into the yearbook. I was asked to take these pictures.
By Sharon Grigsby. But the calculation that sex still sells on the sidelines is why this spectacle endures. While everything around them has evolved, the cheerleaders have never changed out of the skimpy halter tops, fringe vests and short shorts they put on in Forty-seven years later, all they represent is the diminished role that women once played — both in sports and in society. As I watched several young men sitting in front of me photograph and compare those bigger-than-life images during a Cowboys preseason game, the revealing, sexed-up presentation made me queasy. In retrospect, it created a hostile environment for women and young people. Blumenthal reported this sorry behavior to the Cowboys and asked that they reconsider the images on the video screen. Cowboys employee Cory Miller, part of the video content team, responded that the organization shows the cheerleaders only in a positive and professional light.