The Feminization Agenda: Super Bowl Will Include Male Cheerleaders For First Time

The Feminization Agenda: Super Bowl Will Include Male
America’s continued war on Black masculinity is deliberate.

AFRICANGLOBE – Los Angeles Rams’ cheerleaders Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies will be making the wrong kind of history Sunday when they appear on the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, where they will perform with their female counterparts as the first male dancers to appear at a Super Bowl.

At the start of this season, the duo, along with New Orleans Saints’ cheerleader Jesse Hernandez, became the NFL’s first male cheerleaders— distinguishing them from male stunt performers for the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts, who do not dance.

Peron and Jinnies have each been dancing for more than a decade and have performed with various professional groups.

They seem quite happy to be with their current outfit, heading for the biggest stage in American sports.

Peron and Jinnies — along with teammate Emily Leibert — appeared on “Good Morning America” last week after the Rams’ win over the Saints in the NFC Championship. Jinnies told host Michael Strahan, a Super Bowl veteran himself, that the 10 months since the pair made the team have been “crazy.”

And making the Super Bowl?

“It’s like a fairy tale,” Peron said.


By: Peter Bailey-Wells