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Shocker: neither do similarly draconian rules for cheerleaders across the country.
According to ’s analysis of multiple NFL teams’ cheerleader handbooks, including the Saints’s, “if a Saints cheerleader enters a restaurant and a player is already there, she must leave.
It happens every few years, with the breaking of a splashy story or the filing of a lawsuit: The NFL’s estimated 150 million fans are reminded that many pro football teams treat their cheerleaders like garbage, from appalling, oppressive conditions, like regular weigh-ins, “jiggle tests,” and overbearing social media rules, to the teams raking in billion hardly paying the women on the sidelines minimum wage.
The latest of these sad reminders comes courtesy of Bailey Davis, a former New Orleans Saints cheerleader who told she was fired this past January after posting a photo of herself on her private Instagram in a lacy bodysuit.
Companies that utilize (or are perceived to utilize) work rules based on stereotyped or antiquated views on how men and women should be treated do risk these types of claims.The Saints allege Davis broke the team’s social media rules, which ban cheerleaders from sharing photos of themselves “nude, seminude, or in lingerie,” according to the —nevermind that the Saintsations’s game-day outfits are basically bikinis themselves, or that the cheerleaders suit up in actual bikinis for the annual team calendar shoot.(Evidently, it’s only okay for cheerleaders to be scantily clad in a public forum on NFL time.) Davis has filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal agency that oversees workplace discrimination, noting that the social media policy she was fired over does not apply to the Saints’s male players.If NFL teams really want to draw more female fans, try fair pay and fair treatment for your women employees.Being a cheerleader is hard work and glamorous and you can bet that any woman that makes it that far figured out long ago how to handle tampon usage and the right shaving techniques, but the NFL doesn't think so.