Sainz’s Hysteria Is a Paradigm to Restrict Media of Locker Rooms

September 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It’s too bad the majority of the population isn’t obsessed with sports itself but obsessed with the sexism, which now seizes all attention and sadly ruins the reputation of journalism and sports itself.
So now, we are no longer buzzing about pro football as we glance at the recent features of Ines Sainz, a television reporter affiliated with TV Azteca in Mexico.
She was asking for trouble when she subjected herself to a locker room full of men as a reporter, standing and wearing tight pants and a low-cut blouse, sexy attire known to attract the opposite sex.
Do men have no values? No, it’s a man’s instinct. The temptations of hearing offensive remarks are likely, especially if women reporters walk onto the premises dressed as the hottest reporter in the locker room.
As if the locker room is a nightclub, female reporters forget it’s a line of work, not an environment to impress athletic men.
The assumption is to deny the accusations...

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