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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post

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    Yeah, none of those and 100,000 others like it has nothing to do with sexual suggestiveness.

    Certainly none of them should ever be allowed to be teachers because it would be too distracting to the male students?

    I SERIOUSLY doubt that by high school their isn't 1% of high school boys who haven't often looked at the most hardcore Internet porn. And probably on their Ipods while at school passing it around too. Like it or not, times have changed. But it has always been about sex. The cheerleading routines are just a way to claim it isn't.

    Cheerleading squad competitions? That is somewhat different. But the females will still be coming out in one form of hot pants or another. And the guys won't.
    Do you think if people would start throwing 1 dollar bills they would get offended

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    And I still disagree. Rules are rules and one aspect of competitions are pushing the rules to the edge. Its not really what people do or even the rules that are the measure, but rather what winners do that wins.

    The psychology behind has a judge give an 8.5 or a 9.0 or whatever is not exact mathematical science. As she shifted via age from being a juvenile competitor to an adoloscent and young teen led her to conclude sensuality and sexuality has a large play - either negatively or positively - as she saw how competitors were judged including in videos for competitions she was not in.

    Otherwise, I will even stand on my point about cheerleaders. They do not have the male cheerleaders go out shirtless and in a bathing suit only. Why do female cheerleaders tend to have such short skirts if they bend over in the slightest you see her ass? But male cheerleaders generally have long pants and sleeved shirts?

    I seriously doubt many people question if the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are not a lot about sensual and sexual attraction including in body language - and that also has a lot to do with the selection process. The only question is can she do so without crossing some ill-defined invisible line.

    Sexuality isn't a part of cheerleading? Ever see the male cheerleaders doing these poises?

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    Those are NFL cheer leaders. You said your wife was involved in cheer from 8-19. Big difference and that is what I was addressing. The competition organizations have very specific rules. Image if everything with them, as it should be with these young ladies.

    http://usasfrules.com/wp-content/upl...ce-9-21-12.pdf

    http://nca.varsity.com/pdfs/college_rule_book.pdf Pg. 18
    9. Routines must be appropriate for family viewing. Any vulgar or suggestive movements (hip thrusting, inappropriate touching/slapping/positioning to one another, etc.), words, costuming or music will result in a .5 score deduction. No tear-away uniforms or removal of clothing is allowed.
    About Competitive Cheerleading :: Rules and regulations from the National Cheerleading Association.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by calamity View Post
    Dude has a point

    i call this a cheerleader looks more like a stripper.
    I agree, but the NBA is ok with it. *shrugs*
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Un biased View Post
    Do you think if people would start throwing 1 dollar bills they would get offended
    Yes. But they'd eat it up if it was $20s!

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    There was a guy who had a pretty good pick up line. He'd approach the women (at the club) and say he really didn't mean to bother her, "don't take it wrong" and that he'd go on his way - wasn't trying to get anything from her... but he just felt he should give her a $20 bill (setting beside her) for the privilege of being able to look at her for a while. Say "sorry, I guess you could take that wrong" and step away. It wasn't all that rare for the woman to stop him because she wanted to talk to him some more.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gina View Post
    Those are NFL cheer leaders. You said your wife was involved in cheer from 8-19. Big difference and that is what I was addressing. The competition organizations have very specific rules. Image if everything with them, as it should be with these young ladies.

    http://usasfrules.com/wp-content/upl...ce-9-21-12.pdf

    http://nca.varsity.com/pdfs/college_rule_book.pdf Pg. 18


    About Competitive Cheerleading :: Rules and regulations from the National Cheerleading Association.
    Does it mean that there was a problem with the dress code to make those rules . There is a reason why females are in skirts and males in pants If you think it is not about sexuality you are just kidding yourself . They go in affect this year what about pass years.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Yes. But they'd eat it up if it was $20s!
    What !!! They are lucky people arent throwing pennies at them.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gina View Post
    Those are NFL cheer leaders. You said your wife was involved in cheer from 8-19. Big difference and that is what I was addressing. The competition organizations have very specific rules. Image if everything with them, as it should be with these young ladies.

    http://usasfrules.com/wp-content/upl...ce-9-21-12.pdf

    http://nca.varsity.com/pdfs/college_rule_book.pdf Pg. 18


    About Competitive Cheerleading :: Rules and regulations from the National Cheerleading Association.
    Since you have narrowed it down to competitive cheerleading, I will largely agree and, in fact, that fits into my wife's view of going anti-sexuality if female judges. From what I see, essentially all cheerleading competition coaches and judges are women. As I stated, in the instance of female judges, she went towards proactively avoiding hints of sexuality and sensuality.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    There was a guy who had a pretty good pick up line. He'd approach the women (at the club) and say he really didn't mean to bother her, "don't take it wrong" and that he'd go on his way - wasn't trying to get anything from her... but he just felt he should give her a $20 bill (setting beside her) for the privilege of being able to look at her for a while. Say "sorry, I guess you could take that wrong" and step away. It wasn't all that rare for the woman to stop him because she wanted to talk to him some more.
    I think my mother fell for that line

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Un biased View Post
    What !!! They are lucky people arent throwing pennies at them.
    At the club it was made very clear no one could throw coins (or any other hard object) and even throwing money discouraged. A man throwing coins would likely soon see himself "throw" too - out into the parking lot - on his face.

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