People don't think cheerleading is a sport because it does not use a ball and it is too easy to even be considered. Little did they know that cheerleaders travel more than most soccer and football teams. Cheerleading is a sport because cheerleading fits the definition of a sport, it is competitive, and it involves training, effort, and practice. Cheerleading fits the definition of a sport. First, for example “ An activity involving physical exertion in which an individual or team competes
They say that they don’t bully, but even the most simple things such as trends or what we see on media can make others feels belittled. When we see others with nicer things or somebody else’s life that’s better than ours we feel this pressure that we need to be like that. When everybody surrounding you has one thing that you don’t have, you get made fun of for it. Media has a huge effect on how we think and what we think we should look like. We are constantly pushed into a mold by society to be something or somebody that we can’t be.
Cheerleading is considered one of the most dangerous sports in the United States. Cheerleading is considered one of the most dangerous sports because many cheerleaders end up with severe and career-ending injuries. Some of the injuries cheerleaders experience are; ACL tears, skull fractures, and bicep tears. Cheerleaders start at a young age and mostly go to the age of 18, sometimes further, if they carry on their careers in college. Head coach Lauren Gryskiewicz, a veteran cheerleading judge says, “There are kids 4 years old doing things that
Generations get used to hearing only the single story and only believe one side. A single story is dangerous because it gives an incomplete perspective on an event and only half of the truth, causing people to form a discriminatory response, whereas, multiple stories complete the entire picture and provide many perspectives. A single story not only affects a person’s opinion, but it can affect an individual’s actions to a
They are seen as inferior, almost unworthy of respect, and are treated as youthful children when spoken to. These actions are what make people believe that there is something wrong with them, even if in the beginning there is not. I do not believe that the rest of the population is aware of how their actions affect the ‘mentally ill’ negatively. The memoir grants the reader to accept that stigmas are built on unstable ground due to their foundation being set in stone upon forced
Stereotyping is something everyone does even if they do not want to, people just have to learn to get past it. People learn from a young age to stereotype, such as people who wear glasses are nerds and jocks and cheerleaders are dumb. This is not true at all, it is just what people immediately think. In the book stereotypes are objected. Such as a teenage girl being able to make enough for a family to survive (Maas).
Cheerleading is very fun and entertaining sport that can also be doubled as a very dangerous sport almost as more dangerous than football. Most people think of cheerleaders as being the girls who cheer on the sidelines at football or basketball teams, but it’s a lot more than just cheering at a football game. No one sees the behind the scenes actions of cheerleading, no one sees how hard we practice on a everyday basis. But in these long, hard working practices, there are injuries, some minor and some major. Cheerleading as evolved into a athletic and high skilled sport but the higher the skills reach, the bigger chance of getting injured.
Girls get judged harder because everybody in there mind has this picture of the perfect girl in their mind that they think we as girls should live up to be. But we cant so we do things that make us seem like the perfect girl and it gets use judged harder than guys. People can judge me how ever they want they can have this picture in there mind of the perfect girl they will never find her.However when they judge me the would think I ams slut because all my friends are guys and only like three are girls. so that gets me judged a lot and it hurts to know that as I girl can 't have friends that are guys because it would judge us as certain things that are not what most of us want to be judged as.Another thing I get judge for is not
When we don’t have the knowledge of other culture, we tent to judge because we tend to be naïve. There are many people in this world that share values, believes, and culture we are similar yet different. Not knowing how to react to other peoples’ differences because our low education level, is different from having a higher education and still feel superior to other people however, being in the lower education should not exclude people from being responsible of their actions. Before, the deaf communities where different in the eyes of the hearing world. Humans can be so cruel at times and there is not stop, however in orders to stop people’s ignorance education is a valuable tool that people should take advantage of.
Toxic relationships seem to be plaguing everyone nowadays. However, some appear oblivious to their own situation. People who are aware seem to fall upon ignorance. The ignorance can consist of knowing that there’s more than one type of toxic relationships. One will think hitting is the only symptom of being in a toxic bond.