The list of rules handed down to the cheerleaders reads like something a sorority would inflict upon their pledges during Hell Week. More
For the majority of my life, when I have imagined cheerleaders, I’ve envisioned happy, bouncing women who are excellent at backflips and say things like, “It’s a cheerocracy.” To be honest, I never thought much about how well they were paid or the fact that pro-sports cheerleaders are workers just like everybody else. Apparently, neither did the NFL. More
We associate cheerleading with nubile young teens or overly made up, sex-fueled Laker girls–it’s a sport imbued with sexuality. More
I went with friend-of-a-friend Colin Carter to Scores for their Superbowl party – where you could get lap dances during the halftime show! Here’s our takeaway: More
This is the first time in the Superbowl’s 45 year history that there will be no cheerleaders. Rational and Asshole Jen discuss while doing some herkies. More
verywhere I look lately, there seems to be a whole lot of hooters. First, NOW is suing Hooters (the restaurant) for catering to children. During previous litigation, Hooters has claimed to be “adult entertainment” which allows them to hire waitresses based on sex and appearance. The problem with their argument is that adult entertainment is normally only for adults, as in 18 and older. Hooters not only lets children in, it has a children’s menu, complete with crayons, and hosts kids’ birthday parties. What parent throws their child’s birthday party with a bunch of scantily clad women? More
Score one for the ladies! The Daily Mail reports that a group of cheerleaders in Connecticut went in front of the school board and demanded that their midriff-bearing uniforms be exchanged for something less revealing. Woot! You go! The board … More
I’m not going to lie – as soon as the main character in Hellcats said she hated the Freemasons because the gave us Dan Brown, I decided I really liked her. Because I hate the Freemasons and America, and I’m using TheGloss as my political platform. No, because it was a female character on the CW who knew who the Freemasons were and referenced them casually in conversation. Then she earnestly shouted at her college’s dean “you know what keeps me alive? Hope. You kill my dreams, you kill me!” And I remembered I was watching a show called Hellcats about cheerleaders. I still learned a lot, though. About dreams. And pyramids More
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TheGloss reader Eileen submitted this photo, and we love it. Talk about a way to incorporate the surroundings into a public art project…
In an article about judging cheerleader tryouts, Stephanie Stradley, a writer for a sports site called FanHouse, talks about how she got to be a judge for Houston Texan cheerleader tryouts a few years ago. She assumes — as would … More
Israel’s closest equivalent to the Laker Girls, the cheerleaders for basketball team Hapoel Jerusalem, aren’t what you would expect from cheerleaders. Many of Hapoel’s fans and supporters are Orthodox Jews who don’t like the idea of seeing scantily clad women … More