Commuter Convo: The storied history of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

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DALLAS -- From the uniform to the hardworking women that currently fill the boots of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, it’s a tradition that stands the test of time. "America's Sweetheart's", as they're sometimes called, have been around since 1960, but really began to their rise to fame in the 1970s.

The question is, have they always been looked at as America's Sweetheart's?? We asked that question and more to Toni Washington, a former member of the DCC and one of the stars of the documentary, Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, during a recent ride through Dallas.

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