The only people more important than cheerleaders at center stage of a college sporting event are the teams, the coaches and the referees. And cheerleaders try to do more than just cheer. They try to entertain. Something that some say has evolved over time.
Cheerleading ‘flexibility’ just too sexy for my tastes
Cheerleading ‘flexibility’ just too sexy for my tastes – The Temple News
But we also love to watch the NBA because of those gorgeous and curvaceous ladies that entertain the crowd and of course us during breaks. Not at all. Klaudia is the youngest member of the Luvabulls but she is already in her second season on the team. He first dance job was as a dance instructor at Park District and she once worked as a dental assistant years back. Klaudia loves cheese fries and her favorite place to eat in Chicago is Parlor Pizza. She enjoys watching shows like Criminal Mind and The Bachelorette.
The word "cheerleader" is so laden with potential cultural meaning, it feels more like a theoretical concept than a noun usually meaning "person who leads cheers. As an archetype, it has shriveled into a token of hypersexuality and the nastiest teen girl stereotypes, a sort of shorthand for the terms "mean girl," "slut" and "dumb blonde," all stuffed into the same midriff-baring uniform. The way she has transformed in pop culture -- as an expression of popularity, desirability and ditziness -- is perhaps one of the most extreme ways fictional representation has hijacked our perception of women.