A former Miami Dolphins cheerleader recently filed a complaint against the team and the NFL alleging that she was discriminated against because of her Christian beliefs. Kristan Ware, who spent three seasons as a cheerleader with the Dolphins, said in her complaint that cheerleading coaches mocked her after it was learned that she was a virgin, and that she planned on waiting for marriage to have sex.
Ware told Todd Starnes on his radio program that her belief in not having sex before marriage is "something that I value and I don't push it on anyone." She also said, "I have to be obedient to God, and speaking up was something I believed God prepared me for a year."
Ware's attorney, Sara Blackwell, also joined the program and said, "It was obviously clear that there was gender and religious discrimination and intimidation going on within this organization."
Listen to the whole interview here: