Killjoys are everywhere. Especially when it comes down to those cranky and politically correct SJWs.
Case in point is USA Today reporter Nancy Armour. In a recent article, the alleged journalist has her skivvies in a knot over, get ready for this, “No place in the NFL for cheerleaders in 2018“.
As she penned her anger specifically at the NFL’s Houston Texans;
The Houston Texans aren’t even bothering with the pretense.
On their website is a photo gallery of the finalists from
last weekend’s cheerleader tryouts, and visitors are encouraged to vote for their
favorites. Are these action shots of the women that highlight their athletic ability or dance skills? Do they include a list of their qualifications?
Of course not. They’re headshots. Sorry, head and chest shots. Close-up ones, at that.
The better to ogle, you know.
This is undoubtedly the offending Houston Texans cheerleaders website. And yes, Armour correctly cites that the Texans are requesting the fans to vote for their favorite.
Hey Nanc, a few things I’d like to point out to you;
- No one forced any of these women to sign-on as cheerleaders
- It’s a fair bet that nearly every one of them consider their stint in the NFL as a plus on their resume, hopeful of a future career as a choreographer, model, university cheer coach or aspiring actress
- Who are you to deny these women their shot at empowering themselves?
Speaking strictly for myself, I’d much rather ogle at these hotties than being forced to look at you dried-up, wrinkly, weathered and crusty… journalism diploma.
Again, speaking strictly for myself, I’m still debating if I’ll cast my ballot for Sierra of Baytown, TX or Victoria of Houston.
To be perfectly honest, none of these would-be cheerleaders are particularly all that busty. That kinda pokes a hole in Armour’s balloon.
So why is she trying so hard to screw-up their shot at success? Some people aren’t happy unless their bitchy.