You were one in high school, you cheered with them at football games in high school or you hated them. There really is no in between when it comes to cheerleaders. However, there are a lot of misconceptions about cheerleading and the folks who do it. I am not blonde, I definitely wasn't popular and I'm not tiny. My uniform didn't feature a chiseled stomach showing throughout the school hallways, and I definitely didn't wear my uniform to school every single day. Hollywood and popular culture has portrayed cheerleading as the mean girls of any given high school or college, and it's just not true. Out of all the misconceptions about cheerleading, however, there are ten stand-outs that rank above all the rest. These are the ten things that cheerleaders want you to know. It seems as if, thanks to Hollywood, everyone has a total misconception about cheerleaders. They think we're all beautiful girls with crop tops flaunting our stuff.
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She generally has money. And her status as a cheerleader is mostly for show: an opportunity to wear a costume that announces, over and over again, her place in the social hierarchy. When people find out I spent my teen years as a cheerleader, they sometimes react with a disbelief I find quietly insulting: You , a cheerleader? I think they mean it as a compliment. But all kinds of people become cheerleaders, for all kinds of reasons and all kinds of rewards. The new six-part documentary, now airing on Netflix, follows a super-elite squad of cheerleaders at Navarro College, a junior college in Texas, as they train to defend their title at the national cheerleading championship in Daytona Beach, Florida.