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A new film that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on Friday questions whether an NFL team was hypocritical in demanding that its cheerleaders maintain a wholesome image while decidedly selling their sex appeal to fans. The focus of " Sidelined ," a documentary short directed by Galen Summer, is the San Diego Chargettes squad from the late s that was systematically fired after members posed alongside other NFL cheerleaders for Playboy. In , NFL cheerleading squads were in their nascence, trying to compete with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, who were at the top of the game as detailed in a documentary that premiered last month, "Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders". According to the film, teams recruiting women into cheerleading roles in the late s made it no secret that sex appeal was one of the main things they were selling to football fans. The women themselves stress in the film that they knew that going in. As one local broadcast noted during cheerleading tryouts, "A press release inviting them said they should come dressed 'as sexy as they feel comfortable with. Competing against the Cowboys model yielded many teams to push the boundaries with skimpier uniforms; by that point, for example, the Chargettes had replaced skirts with white briefs. So when Playboy came calling to do a feature on cheerleaders, some teams, including the Chargers organization, embraced the opportunity for added publicity. A film crew from Playboy visited one of their practices and recruited women to be interviewed in the magazine.
Former Chargettes cheerleader Lynita Stuart came forward in a documentary titled 'Sidelined,' which detailed how the entire squad was abruptly fired after members posed alongside other NFL cheerleaders in the December issue of Playboy. Lynita Stuart was just 20 years old when she joined the San Diego Chargettes — a decision that came with dire consequences. Still, she wanted the opportunity to reconnect with her former teammates 40 years later.
November 8, am Updated November 9, am. Three former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders say they never felt exploited despite being sex symbols. We were out there doing what we wanted to do. It tells the story of Suzanne Mitchell, the fiercely loyal den mother of the squad who helped lead the controversial pop culture phenomenon at the height of the sexual revolution. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders became the most iconic sideline show in the NFL with their hot pants that left little to the imagination, crop tops and white vinyl go-go boots. Vanity Fair previously reported just before that film was released, Texas Cowgirls Inc. Werthmann said Mitchell prepared the women for the intense media scrutiny that came with the fandom.