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The result was her very first six-pack, a tangible sign of her discipline. She hoped that six-pack would help her make the cut—her own month on the calendar. They greeted team sponsors and Saints employees, but mostly they whispered about who might get a month this year. The first sign of trouble was the team photo—four rows of smiling women in white bikinis—projected across the backdrop of the ballroom stage. Throughout the course of the night, each page of the month calendar was revealed for the first time, January through April Davis, who had a page as a rookie, sat through 11 months, growing anxious as she waited to see if she had made the cut. Relief came with the reveal of December; her photo flashed on screen, in a red bikini, posing on a waterbike. Her chest was back to its normal size—an obvious difference from the group shot plastered on the backdrop of the stage. But the moles on her stomach were missing, and her six-pack had been erased. Airbrushing away all traces of perceived masculinity had been a trademark of the Saintsations swimsuit calendar long before Davis joined the team.
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The result was her very first six-pack, a tangible sign of her discipline. She hoped that six-pack would help her make the cut—her own month on the calendar. They greeted team sponsors and Saints employees, but mostly they whispered about who might get a month this year. The first sign of trouble was the team photo—four rows of smiling women in white bikinis—projected across the backdrop of the ballroom stage.

Throughout the course of the night, each page of the month calendar was revealed for the first time, January through April Davis, who had a page as a rookie, sat through 11 months, growing anxious as she waited to see if she had made the cut. Relief came with the reveal of December; her photo flashed on screen, in a red bikini, posing on a waterbike. Her chest was back to its normal size—an obvious difference from the group shot plastered on the backdrop of the stage.

But the moles on her stomach were missing, and her six-pack had been erased. Airbrushing away all traces of perceived masculinity had been a trademark of the Saintsations swimsuit calendar long before Davis joined the team. The Saints discontinued the calendar after the edition in question, which was prepared in Growing up, Davis had an especially close connection to the Saintsations—her mom worked for them as a field director, one of several assistants for the squad—and always dreamed of dancing on the sideline in black and gold.

She joined the dance team at Jones County Junior College and tried out as soon as she was old enough for the Saintsations. She expected it to be the height of her dance career and push her to improve her technique.

But once she made the team, the reality was much different. Everything but your ability determined whether you got to dance or not. At most high school and college programs, cheerleaders and dancers are considered part of the athletic program and treated like any other student-athlete.

But the image and role of a cheerleader changes drastically in the professional ranks. The women who were considered athletes in college are presented as little more than over-sexualized male fantasies in the pros.

Davis was fired from her Saints job in January over rumors that she was at the same party as a Saints player the rulebook forbids any fraternization with players and a photo posted on her private Instagram account. Her mother has since voluntarily resigned. NFL cheerleading teams are on the hot seat. The New York Times published a disturbing report of a swimsuit calendar shoot for Redskins cheerleaders, which some team members said turned into a topless shoot in front of sponsors and suite holders.

With their legal action, the NFL cheerleading industry, which to this point has operated outside the realm of the MeToo movement, is now forced to recognize and confront its unfair treatment of the women it employs. Earlier this week, the NFL though not Goodell himself agreed to meet with the group, and Blackwell plans to suspend the complaints for now. And when you take away the sexualization of NFL cheerleaders, the job is empowering. The women who make the team are not just pretty faces.

They log hours of community outreach, and many have been involved on USO tours. Davis in the altered swimsuit calendar photo left , and performing at a game during the season right. These are women who should be held up as role models for young girls.

I was a college cheerleader at Northwestern, and I never once felt objectified. NFL cheerleading needs to return to its traditional collegiate roots.

No more online voting for your favorite cheerleader. No more swimsuit calendars. The reasons Davis, Ware and I love cheerleading are the same reasons you love the sport you played. The camaraderie of being on a team, the honor and responsibility of representing an organization, the opportunities to travel and meet new people, and the thrill of performing your craft every week. The unfortunate reality of NFL cheerleading is that there are a lot more bad moments than there are good. You start to scratch your head. Are we dancers, or are we models?

Ware brought some things to our attention when she was a cheerleader and they were addressed at that time. Some of her recent statements are new information to us and in some cases we believe they are misunderstandings.

The emphasis needs to be on what it is in college and high school, where dance team is a sport. Part of changing that emphasis is changing the outfits. At the risk of sounding like a cranky old lady: These women need to wear more clothes. The uniforms should take the form of the classic college cheerleading look, skirts and crop tops that highlight their six-packs without revealing major cleavage. On the left, the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders at an opening-week game in On the right, the more reasonably clothed Northwestern University cheerleaders at an opening-week game in the author of this article is fourth from the left.

If NFL cheerleaders are no longer objectified, teams will have no reason to hold women to unhealthy body standards. Both Davis and Ware say they were subjected to weekly weigh-ins to make sure they were at or below the weight they had auditioned at. Through counsel, the Saints said they have never required cheerleaders to submit to weekly weigh-ins. Ware says many teams, like the Dolphins, had a three-pound leniency rule.

Anything heavier is grounds for suspension, and in some cases, termination. Ware says laxative abuse was common, and Davis says teammates would often sweat themselves out in their cars and starve themselves to make weight.

The severe consequences of failing a weigh-in create an environment where eating disorders are normal. Ware watched in horror as her teammate exited the office crying, packed her bags and left the building.

A team captain told Ware the woman was fired because the coaches thought she was overweight, and that she was on the last week of a medication that had caused her to gain a few pounds. In reviewing questions for this story, the Dolphins did not specifically respond to a question about this incident, or about weigh-ins. Each team operates under its own set of rules, so experiences vary, but Davis and Ware both experienced a culture of intimidation.

Both were frequently reminded by coaches that if they stepped out of line or complained, there were hundreds of other women waiting to take their spots. This culture of fear is the reason why NFL cheer teams have been able to largely avoid the MeToo reckoning until now.

Ex-cheerleaders feel comfortable speaking out because they are free from the threat of losing their spot. Current cheerleaders are trapped in the system. And when she announced her lawsuit, the reaction was worse.

Her closest friend on the team no longer speaks to her. These women are part-time employees of the teams they cheer for. Most of them hold full-time jobs and serious careers outside of cheerleading. Ware worked three other jobs in Miami, and Davis was a full-time student.

During her three years on the Saintsations, Davis was required to show up to every practice with full hair and makeup done, because the team practiced in a public gym. The Saintsations practice twice a week for roughly four hours each, but are also expected to practice on their own. They have to earn their position every week. Davis drove two hours each way to practice while she was attending college in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. At night, she hot glued Peter Pan and dwarf costumes together, and during the day she struggled to stay awake in class.

Both Ware and Davis were expected to pay for most of their own beauty treatments—most teams require manicured nails and spray tans, among other appearance rules, for games and community appearances. The Saints provided a stylist on game days, but Davis paid for semi-monthly manicures, a makeup set for community appearances, an annual spray tan membership, false eyelashes for every game and appearance and 20 pairs of tights each year.

She worked three other jobs, as a fitness instructor, resort activities manager and at a massage therapy studio. Dolphins cheerleaders practiced three times per week in Miami, plus an added practice on Saturdays during weeks when they had a performance during a home game.

On top of that, she was frequently requested for appearances in the community, which she loved doing. Between appearances and practice, NFL cheerleading could easily become a full-time job if teams added a morning practice, or a shift working in the team office before evening practice.

Cheerleaders should also receive a stipend or be reimbursed for the expensive beauty regimen and accessories required. She says she danced on four broken bones, two sprained MCLs, two sprained meniscuses, a left shoulder injury and a right hip injury. The Dolphins did not specifically respond to these assertions. Ware left the team nearly a year ago and she says her foot is still broken.

She currently does not have health insurance and is trying to do her own physical therapy exercises at home. They should have a dedicated athletic training staff for their care. Every NFL cheerleading team refers to their cheerleaders by first name only. Some teams tell women that this is for their protection from would-be stalkers, but when I perused the cheerleading websites for the 26 NFL teams that have squads, I found a lot of information in the cheerleader bios college, hometown, industry she works in. They are simply asking to be treated like valued members of the organization: more pay, more security, better treatment, more recognition of their talent.

There were certain rules that we knew to follow. We always boarded the charter plane at the back entrance, while the football players boarded at the front. But we still got to travel comfortably to the games, we still received varsity letters, and we still had a coach who cared for us. We were treated with respect and felt like we mattered. Our athletic director and football and basketball coaches would often thank us after games for creating a great home-game environment.

In , several former members of the Buffalo Bills cheerleading team, the Buffalo Jills, sued the Bills for not being paid for the majority of the hours they worked. Faced with the lawsuit, the Bills suspended operations for their cheerleading team; the Jills have not been revived. Instead of fixing the problems, the team chose to just avoid them altogether. NFL teams devote plenty of resources to dealing with the athletes who perform on the field. The league was buried under an avalanche of controversies in , but the decision to relax celebration rules and re-introduce a little bit of fun into the game proved to be popular with everyone.

Two former NFL cheerleaders are reportedly willing to settle discrimination claims against the league. Traditional broadcast ratings are falling as cord-cutters find new ways to watch the games, RedZone channel caters to fantasy addicts, and some turn off football altogether.



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