The concept of cheerleading is a pretty amazing one. They are like a cold beer on a Sunday afternoon for NFL football. Similarly, they are like a beer on a Saturday night while watching a UFC event. I guess what I'm trying to say is that much like the icing on the proverbial cake, cheerleaders take a sporting event and make it so much more via the addition of gorgeous, fit, gyrating women. With all that said however, they aren't a necessity in the NFL for example. The game can function without them, but they absolutely add something pretty wonderful.
Former Chargettes cheerleader Lynita Stuart came forward in a documentary titled 'Sidelined,' which detailed how the entire squad was abruptly fired after members posed alongside other NFL cheerleaders in the December issue of Playboy. Lynita Stuart was just 20 years old when she joined the San Diego Chargettes — a decision that came with dire consequences. Still, she wanted the opportunity to reconnect with her former teammates 40 years later. My curiosity got the best of me. For me, just the reunion itself was the moment in time that I finally got to let go of the pain, guilt and responsibility that I felt all those years.
Others wore nothing but body paint. They had a special assignment for the night. Some of the male sponsors had picked them to be personal escorts at a nightclub," Macur wrote.
When they were told to get ready, some reportedly broke down and cried. Other girls were devastated because we knew exactly what she was doing. A New Orleans Saints cheerleader says she lost her job for the crime of posting a photo on her private Instagram account.