It’s halftime at a basketball game. Like most of the crowd, you probably get up to use the lady’s room, grab a beer, or just stretch after sitting for a while. These concepts apparently seem foreign to University of Oregon Board of Trustee member Ginevra Ralph. At a recent meeting, Ralph blamed the cheerleaders for people leaving during halftime, saying, “I have watched people be incredibly uncomfortable with the U of O cheerleaders, and they actually leave the basketball arena during intermission because of the overt sexual dancing, or whatever you want to call it."
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