Travis Laurence Naught

Rah! Rah! Rah! Shouldn’t Professional Cheerleaders at Least Make Minimum Wage?

Travis Laurence Naught looks at the popularity of cheerleading, but wonders why professional cheerleaders aren't acknowledged as athletes and compensated the same?   Sports is big business. Men’s sports, especially. And not much signifies men’s sports more than troves of scantily clad women, frequently outnumbering the total number of players in ... Read the full article
Travis Laurence Naught

Travis Laurence Naught is an author who happens to be a quadriplegic wheelchair user. Individual poems, stories, and various other material by Travis have been published online (Section 8 Magazine, Empty Sink Publishing, Damfino Press, and others) and in print (Gold Man Review, Lost Coast Review, Empirical Magazine, and more). His first book of poetry, The Virgin Journals (ASD Publishing, 2012), is currently out of print, but copies can still be found. Check out naughtapoet.blogspot.com for more information and original writing by Travis.

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