Aussies, don't take no, uuh, jive...
|Does this mean leg warmers|
will be back in style soon?
Nerine Cooper, national cheerleading manager for Gymnastics Australia, said the decision was needed because cheerleaders often performed in front of family groups. And GA also doesn’t like fat girls apparently.
"We don't want girls to feel under pressure to lose weight because of uniforms," she told Sydney's Sunday Telegraph.
So which is it? You don’t want the girls to have eating disorders or you don’t want all the dads in Australia ogling the nation’s cheerleaders?
Lisa Ince, head of Sydney Promotional Dancers, disagrees
"It's ridiculous really, if the thinking is that a midriff is offensive, then every dance school and athletics club would face the same restrictions," Ince said.
And she forgot strip clubs and topless car washes. If you’re going to make an argument, pull out all the stops Lisa.