I was there when it happened.
And I have to admit, I’m not a cheerleader.
But I have a very strong opinion on the matter.
It was the only time I’ve ever felt that I wasn’t the right one to be wearing a cheerleading uniform, and I don’t think I could have been more wrong.
It’s a very serious issue, and it is a very big deal.
I know it’s very personal for a lot of women, but we have to accept that it’s not the way things should be.
There’s a difference between dressing up and wearing a dress and being a cheerleaders, I think.
You can’t do both at the same time.
We all need to work on that, and we all need support and support.
You cannot be an astronaut, I guess.
The thing is, I don, as a female, have that responsibility.
It is not something that I have control over.
So when it came to my wardrobe malfunction during the National Anthem, I did not feel like I was in control of that situation.
I was the one who got the brunt of it, so it’s kind of my fault.
It happened because I wore a white dress that looked more like a dress than a uniform.
I wear white for the same reason that I wear a black dress.
It gives me a different look, and the dress was made to be a different color than what I was wearing.
It gave me a feeling that I was somehow wearing a disguise.
When I was dressed up as the cheerleader in the national anthem, I felt like a little bit of a fraud.
It didn’t feel like a costume, and when I saw my own cheerleader, I didn’t want to be part of it.
And if that’s the way that we want to go, then we have a lot to learn.
I’m an advocate for the right to be who we are.
I feel like we need to embrace who we’re.
I just feel like when I wear it, I should feel like an astronaut.
That’s why I wore it.
You wear it because you love the idea of being a part of something bigger than yourself.
I wore that dress to be with my friends.
It wasn’t because I wanted to look like a hero.
That was not my intention.
I did it because I love the sport and I’m a cheer coach.
When you are part of a team, the uniform is important.
When people see you in the uniform, they see a cheer leader.
And when people see a female cheerleader wearing the uniform and you’re doing a routine, it creates a little more of a ripple effect.
I think the national flag should be flown at half-staff for the whole nation to honor all of our brave soldiers who have died for our country.
It shouldn’t just be a flag for one country.
When the national flags are raised in honor of those that have fought for our freedom, we should also honor our flag-bearers.
We can’t be distracted by this.
You have to be able to see the flag.
When we’re at the stadium and we’re wearing the flag and we have the national anthems played and we hear the national Anthem played and you can see that it is the flag, you can feel it.
It doesn’t matter if it’s on the sidelines or at home, it should be in your heart.
So for me, I am very conflicted, because I wear the uniform to be seen as a cheer-leader and I feel as though it’s something that has been hijacked.
And for me as a male, it’s a little hard to be happy about it because it’s taken away from me.
You are not in charge of what goes on your head.
It has to go back to the parent, and that’s what I’m trying to do.
I’ve always been a big advocate for what I believe in, and this is just a new way of being part of this organization.
But at the end of the day, I can’t control it.
If the uniforms are so important, I would not wear them.
I can wear them and support the team, but the fact is, when I am in the middle of the game, it makes me look bad.
And so, I feel bad for that person that did that.
But the reality is, as an organization, we have some things to say about it.
And it’s been a huge part of my life.
I wish that everyone was more open and honest and open about what they’re doing, because that would help everyone be more comfortable.
And that is a positive thing.
But we have this issue.
And as an athlete, we are in a very unique position to be there.
We are the face of this team and we are the ones that get the credit.
And then we all have to look at it as a part, you know, of