This week, a pair of small studies about women who work in restaurants like Hooters made the rounds in the media. The researchers who conducted the studies suggested that women who work in these so-called "breastaurants" suffer from issues like depression, body image issues, and job dissatisfaction as a result of the sexual objectification that they're exposed to at work. To get some color on what it's really like to wear those Hooters girl booty shorts, Cosmopolitan. Courtney Dietz, 21, has worked at Hooters for almost four years, most recently in the role of corporate trainer.
Well they are all incredable looking women. I have frequented several Hooters all over the country. Hooters it is. And yes she is all natural…and when I say all natural, I mean that this photo isn't shopped to make her Bewbs look bigger not that they are God given. No contest….
Hooters is a mix of a little bit of exactly what you expect it to be, and a little bit of what you would never expect it to be. You have to be comfortable taking pictures and being in the outfit. But you do not have to act overly sexual. There are some who come looking for dates, but then there are some who come here for the food. Having a hole in their nylons, or wearing hair ties, bobby pins and dark-colored bras are grounds for being reprimanded or fired.
The girls, like, in we'll say Hooters, have less clothing than the girls I worked with in those days. We thought it was wild when they just wore little bells and so forth. But today, in restaurants, some of the waitresses almost work in the nude, you know, to get business. Sign Up.