A Tale of Two Females: The Sexy Reporter and the Six-Year-Old Cheerleader

Jenny Erikson
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jenny erikson
Jenny Erikson
Some days I marvel at the backwards world we live in. Earlier this week I read about Ines Sainz, Mexico's Hottest Reporter, becoming distraught because virile, athletic men wolf-whistled at her as she romped around their NFL locker room in a tight blouse and even tighter jeans.

The horror! How dare those men treat Ms. Sainz like an attractive woman obviously showing off her beautiful body in the men's locker room? According to so-called-feminists like Joy Behar, grown women who choose to dress provocatively, post pictures of themselves in bikinis on their employer's website, and traipse through an NFL locker rooms need to be protected from men's raucous wolf-whistles.

Meanwhile in Michigan, a 6-year-old has been kicked off her cheerleading squad because her parents didn't want her to participate in chanting a risqué cheer. The questionable cheer was, "Our backs ache, our skirts are too tight, we shake our booties from left to right."

Jennifer and Duane Tesch's daughter Kennedy was unanimously voted off the Madison Heights Wolverines flag football cheerleading team on Tuesday night, after they voiced concerns over the suggestive words of the cheer.

"I don't even have the words," Jennifer Tesch told FoxNews.com. "I can't believe their solution to this was to remove my daughter from the team. She's going to be devastated. She's going to be crying."

Let me get this straight. On one hand, we have 32-year-old sexpot Ines Sainz crying foul at men whistling in a complimentary way at the sensual look that she works hard to project, and we're all supposed to come to her rescue. On the other hand, we have 6-year-old Kennedy Tesch getting kicked off of her cheerleading squad because her parents didn't want her to wet some pedophile pants with a suggestive cheer, and we're called prudes if we question it?

Am I the only one that sees something wrong with this picture?

How backwards is our world that grown women who freely flaunt their sexuality are afforded more protection than little girls on a cheerleading squad?

 

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