Fox 5 in D.C. host and former ESPN reporter Britt McHenry does not feel that the Washington Redskins cheerleaders should be treated as victims.
Some former Redskins cheerleaders are alleging in the New York Times that they were asked to pose topless and also required to date male corporate sponsors during a 2013 trip to Costa Rica. But the team’s director of choreography, who is the target of the allegations, denies that any women were made to do anything they did not want to do.
The unseemly affair is a devil in the details, but Britt McHenry thinks the entire subject is asinine.
I’ll get crushed for this but let’s be serious. These women dance in glorified bras and underwear on a field for male entertainment. If you don’t want to be treated like a “sex object,” perhaps don’t be one for $. https://t.co/9m1dc7MvxQ
— Britt McHenry (@BrittMcHenry) May 2, 2018
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