MB: So in high schools across the country, there’s kind of this stereotype of the cheerleader as . . . as . . . uh, I don’t know how to put this correctly . . .
Rose: A promiscuous, popularity-crazed sex symbol.
MB: Right, a promiscuous, licentious sexual sex symbol. Do you feel the Christian Cheerleaders of America is combating this stereotype?
Rose: Yes, and of course that is a totally incorrect stereotype anyway.
MB: I don’t know. I mean, I’ve met some pretty sex symbol-like cheerleaders in my day.
Rose: That’s unfortunate.
MB: Would you ever, like, consider taking one of the girls’ pompoms and painting it green, and then setting it on fire so it would be like the Burning Bush or something?
Rose: No. We’re not extremists.