Tex Hollywood - October 24, 2023
Berkleigh Wright is the NFL Cheerleader for the Broncos, who also works as a Ford Model and who has no penetrated the world of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model, which is apparently still a dream for so many women, despite the whole woke agenda saying that pretty women who are celebrated for being in their swimsuits is misogynistic or the fall of society.
It's like women like the stamp of approval from the legacy brand, but also like the attention and opportunities that come from being marketed aggressively to people in their bikinis.
I find it funny that society pretends that they know what the people want with their attempt to end hot bodied women from being celebrated in their bikinis, while the girls being celebrated in their bikinis DREAM of this.
She posted some pics from a BYU Summit celebrating Women's empowerment and these are the pics:
She said she had the "Honor of being selected and entrusted to be a role model for young women"
Her caption went onto say:
I got to share the most insane news of my life - IM A 2024 SI SWIMSUIT ROOKIE 😭This journey has been nothing short of a dream and its been surreal witnessing my hard work, tears, and prayers come to fruition. Getting to live it out next to my top 7 sisters makes it all that much sweeter. Thank you @si_swimsuit for the opportunity of a lifetime, and thank you to my loved ones and community for cheering me on the entire way. This brand exemplifies everything I strive to be as a woman, and I am beyond proud to be a part of this family and movement.
Finishing the week off with a Broncos Victory! This team has helped shape me into the woman I am today, and inspired me to continue chasing my dreams at the next level. My heart is so full.
Embracing the beautifully chaotic reality of my life right now, as it is not lost on me how incredibly lucky I am to get to be living out my wildest dreams. Let this be your sign that it is never too late, and no dream is too big.
Here she is doing her cheer:
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