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Buffalo Bills Cheerleaders Are DONE For The Season! Who Can Blame Them?? They Were Given These EXTREMELY Offensive Guides And Were Paid Peanuts!

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There are some SHOCKING new details coming out of the ongoing NFL cheerleader protests!

The Buffalo Bills cheerleaders (known as the Buffalo Jills) are fed up not only with not getting paid, but the RIDICULOUS standards being placed upon them!

A guidebook given out to every girl on the squad has gone public and the contents inside are going to make your jaw drop!

Jills team members are instructed on everything from how to properly eat in public to how to wash their private areas!

WHAT THE FRIGGIN’ WHAT?!?

The patronizing rulebook comes from a company run by Stephanie Meteczun, who manages the squad. Ms. Meteczun has decided NOT to speak on the issue until she has her own legal counsel.

But the code of conduct laid out for these cheerleaders speaks for itself!

Just look:

RULE #14 - Do not be overly opinionated about anything. Do not complain about anything- ever hang out with a whiner? It's exhausting and boring.

RULE #19 - Use "Oh my goodness" rather than "Oh my GOD”.

RULE #26 - Do not consume conversations & watch body language. Be aware of female companions and children. Always turn the conversation back to the other person. Never flirt!

RULE #30 - Always say "excuse me" when you burp, sneeze or cough. Even if you think there isn't anyone around.

The book also explains, in detail, the acceptable way to eat soup, stating:

"Dip the spoon into the soup, moving it away from the body, until it is about two-thirds full, then sip the liquid, without slurping, from the side of the spoon without inserting the whole spoon into the mouth. This prevents soup from being spilled onto your clothes."

And if instructing them how to eat wasn’t bad enough, the handbook then explains how they need to maintain their feminine hygiene!

Ch-ch-check out Rules 7, 11 and 12:

#7 - ALWAYS shower after a work out and change undergarments.

#11 - Intimate area's: Never use a deodorant or chemically enhanced product. Simple, non-deodorant soap will help maintain the right PH balance.

#12 - When menstruating, use a product that right [sic] for your menstrual flow. A tampon too big can irritate and develop fungus. A product left in too long can cause bacteria or fungus build up. Products can be changed at least every 4 hours. Except when sleeping, they can be left in for the night.

What in the wide, wide world of sports were they thinking printing out material as offensive as this?!?

The Jills have joined teams around the country now in hanging up their pompoms in protest! They’ve also filed a lawsuit seeking back pay and other damages.

As one Buffalo cheerleader explains:

"We were the laughing stock of NFL cheerleaders. We deserve to be compensated just like everyone else!”

Yes you do, girl!

And you also deserve to be able to do your job without having to abide by some stupid handbook! We’ll be cheering you on in court, Jills!

[Image via AP Images.]

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22 comments to “Buffalo Bills Cheerleaders Are DONE For The Season! Who Can Blame Them?? They Were Given These EXTREMELY Offensive Guides And Were Paid Peanuts!”



  1. 1

    Your a laughing stock because you do a demeaning job.



  2. 2

    Cheerleading is demeaning. Quit being the T&A show and get a job that respects you for your mind - why complain about being treated like a bimbo when that is basically what a cheerleader is.



  3. 3

    Yes, it's demeaning, and nobody is forcing you to accept such conditions. it's not like cheerleading is a real fucking job anyway. Go back to school, get a real job as a respectable member of society and stop crying about not being respected when you don't even respect yourself, fucking sluts.

    Only a person like Perez would sympathize with these loser asshole gold diggers.



  4. 4

    You're so full of shit Mario. The Bills cheerleaders said the guide book was put out at their request because there was a previous incident.

  5. dina says – reply to this


    5

    I mean its stupid, but not offensive. The feminine hygiene section seems more like it is tips on how to stay healthy. Pretty standard. You don't have a vagina, so you don't know.

  6. Irishone says – reply to this


    6

    I used to work with 2 NFL Cheerleaders. They were lifelong dancers who took classes since they were young. They did it because they loved to dance and perform. They both worked with me part time and went to school full time. One is now a doctor and the other married with 2 kids. They didn't make much money but it wasn't meant to be a full time job. Lots of jobs are considered more a volunteer job. I did a job for 8 years for a huge sports event. $300 for three weeks, traveled all over, free food and top lodging and front and center for the event. Did it for the love of the sport, made lifelong friends, and had the best time of my life. Either do it because you love it of there are hundreds willing to take your place.

  7. shaygirl says – reply to this


    7

    I'd like to see some of you people do cheerleading. I don't follow the BB at all but just imagine the dallas cowboy cheerleaders in those tiny white shorts if those girls didn't maintain. Most every job in the public eye does media coaching, manners, grooming. every local reporter on tv goes through the same GROOMING. even the president and first lady of the US have people to see to it that every hair is in place and correct manners are used. if you in anyway represent a company or organization in the public eye you're gonna be put through the same. these girls are taking things a little personal. You notice even the million dollar players when not playing in the game are either in uniform or suit and tie. you think the lakers are gonna allow their million dollar players to go out in the public representing the Lakers while stinking up the place. not gonna happen.

  8. shaygirl says – reply to this


    8

    Re: Irishone – very well said. kudos

  9. Why says – reply to this


    9

    Why complain about the job they took on their own? No one forced them.



  10. 10

    Are you serious? The first four "rules" are basic manners/etiquette (which A LOT of people lack nowadays). The others are common sense hygiene rules. You do understand that intimate areas are more sensitive, right? What if one of those girls used a fragranced soap and broke out in an itchy rash. Yeah, nothing more attractive than a girl scratching at her crotch!

    Personally, I think the NFL teams should just get rid of the cheerleaders altogether. They are zero value-ad.

  11. Alicia says – reply to this


    11

    Most of the "offensive" things you posted are just advice that is found in any etiquette book - if that offends you, you ought to see how they tell MBAs to act during an interview. The hygiene stuff, I'm guessing they have to cater to the lowest common denominator, and some girls may never have learned about some of this stuff, but if you read a middle school level book on a girl's body this is what it would say.

    I don't know what is going on with their compensation, but there is absolutely nothing offensive about the written materials, these women will be representing the franchise in the public eye and the owner of the team has a right to protect his/her trademarks from being demeaned as necessary. However that has nothing to do with their compensation package.

  12. maesyn says – reply to this


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    The only thing offensive about any of these rules is that they even need to be spelled out. Properly care for your cooch, watch your mouth in public, don't be a slob. Offensive? Not seeing it.

  13. A says – reply to this


    13

    Re: pollopicu – you are right.Your comments are always on point.

  14. Overrated says – reply to this


    14

    They're being unnecessarily sensitive. There is no reason to be offended because someone provided etiquette guidelines to prevent them from publicly looking foolish. Common sense if definitely not common so to assume that each member would be mindful of such things in this day in age is ignorant. Any REAL job expects you to present yourself in a certain manner when representing their organization. If you don't agree with their guidelines, then guide your butt to another job that allows stinky va-jay-jays and stench soaked clothing!!!



  15. 15

    if a young woman with half a brain want to be A SLAB OF MEAT CHEERLEADER…who cares?

  16. .... says – reply to this


    16

    Well I think rules 7, 11 and 12 are just helpful tips and every woman should absolutely follow them



  17. 17

    Well the first four are rather…I wouldn't say offensive as much as old fashioned, the one about the spoon IS the proper way to eat soup and the last 3 are just good hygiene tips every woman should follow.

  18. LHx says – reply to this


    18

    The amount of people on here insulting them is unreal! These are women who work a FULL TIME job then travel to attend practice, and if they don't attend practice they don't cheer then get fined for not being able to cheer. They get fined if their underwear is the wrong shape, if their tan is the wrong shade, if they happen to be seen before they have done their hair and make up - they get fined for that too. Know what you're talking about before giving your opinion….

  19. Nadia says – reply to this


    19

    This wasn't their choice though. The company that manages the team decided to suspend the team .. it's not a protest it's a punishment

  20. Emmyj7 says – reply to this


    20

    They are pretty standard etiquette rules, the soup, the conversation tips, nothing offensive at all! Ok the tips on menstruation are probably a bit over the top considering these are grown woman and not 12 yr old girls who may not have started their periods yet but its not offensive.

  21. Seriously says – reply to this


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    Re: pollopicu – You're spending your time badmouthing people on the internet. They are active dancers and entertainers at sporting events. They wear what they are told to by older men and companies that know what sells. You have no idea how demanding their job, because yes it is a real job, is that I highly doubt you could do.

  22. Seriously says – reply to this


    22

    Re: rosebud99 – You watch too many movies. Cheerleaders are dancers. They are there to hype up the crowd and provide entertainment. Big companies and bigwigs decide what they wear. They did their job they deserve to be paid.