Gabriella Davis, 20, first started cheerleading in middle school in Dallas, Texas; around the same time, she became infatuated with those high priestesses of spirit fingers, the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders.
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Hartstein said, "If you look what the girls are looking at and the media puts out to them, thin is the way to be, you are supposed to show your skin and be in skimpy outfits. We know this can be a direct correlation of being cut from games do [sic] to body image and not being in tip top shape. A poll conducted by researchers at the University of South Carolina in June and presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, suggested that wearing revealing uniforms put college cheerleaders at higher risk of developing eating disorders and made them more worried about maintaining their figures.
“Anytime I would go into practice, my stomach would turn”
Last week, five former Houston Texans cheerleaders filed a federal sex discrimination lawsuit against the team, alleging they were paid less than minimum wage and not adequately protected from fans groping them and making suggestive comments. Rodriguez remarked, "What is surprising the girls came forward and said i felt degraded, humiliated and embarrassed and there was pushback by administrators who said, 'These uniforms are fine, they're based on the sizes that you gave us, they're appropriate.