Not About the Benjamins: Suits Missing Point of Cheerleading

The New York Post published Not About the Benjamins: Suits Missing Point of Cheerleading, referencing the recent lawsuits involving NFL cheerleaders.

Sports franchises have no incentive to make cheerleading high-paying. It’s basic supply and demand: Hundreds show up at auditions for a handful of coveted spots, despite low pay. The teams could probably fill their sidelines with qualified dancers even if the positions were unpaid.