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Jets Sexually Harass "Reporter"

Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Why are women reporters allowed in the mens locker room when guys are getting dressed and undressed? While men reporters are given no such priveledge around women athletes in their locker room when they are dressing and undressing. Explain this one to me. And this creates some of the problem. People can be fully showered and dressed and then interviewed by all when that is done.


Good point.
Originally posted by obx49:
Originally posted by NinerGod:
Originally posted by kray28:
If they disrespected her, that was wrong. Regardless of how she looks or presents herself, she was there in a professional capacity, and should have been treated as such.

On a Rex Ryan coached team, this type of behavior hardly surprises me though.

It may be wrong but you cant treat someone professionally if they don't present themselves as such.

^^^^

This. Both sides need to act appropriately.

By the way, it's the Jets so nerrrr nerrrrrs! She is nice, though. But she needs to act appropriately.
reporters shouldn't have d cup implants
Originally posted by pelos21:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Why are women reporters allowed in the mens locker room when guys are getting dressed and undressed? While men reporters are given no such priveledge around women athletes in their locker room when they are dressing and undressing. Explain this one to me. And this creates some of the problem. People can be fully showered and dressed and then interviewed by all when that is done.


Good point.

This times a million. If anything, the players are being disrespected to have to be forced to shower and dress in front of media.

They really need to change this part and the media needs to interview a player prior to heading into the locker room or after they have had a chance to change.

They aren't freaking brainless cows that you can access anytime. It would be interesting to see if a player has a solid case if he were to sue.
I knew she was hot....dayum!!!! What do you expect....with all the adrenaline and testosterone in these camps and you walk in looking hot like that. TC is like a prison to these guys...expect that to happen...as sexiest as it is...I'm sorry to say...but majority of men are dogs...especially men with money.

Y is it women are allowed in the locker rooms.....Women want equality...so men should be allowed into womens locker rooms just the same!

[ Edited by 9erluv415 on Sep 14, 2010 at 11:20:34 ]
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by pelos21:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Why are women reporters allowed in the mens locker room when guys are getting dressed and undressed? While men reporters are given no such priveledge around women athletes in their locker room when they are dressing and undressing. Explain this one to me. And this creates some of the problem. People can be fully showered and dressed and then interviewed by all when that is done.


Good point.

This times a million. If anything, the players are being disrespected to have to be forced to shower and dress in front of media.

They really need to change this part and the media needs to interview a player prior to heading into the locker room or after they have had a chance to change.

They aren't freaking brainless cows that you can access anytime. It would be interesting to see if a player has a solid case if he were to sue.
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lol I love when Clinton Portis talks about controversial issues. The guy has no PR filter on his tongue.
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I'd beat those.

I lol'd at what Clinton Portis said about her.
This is a sign of the ridiculous world we live in. It's one thing to obviously not endorse sexual harassment and to make sure there is equality regardless of gender in the workplace.

HOWEVER, it is a very different issue to have a remarkably attractive woman, dressed to kill, show up in a LOCKER ROOM, with professional atheletes who are half (or fully) naked, and hyped up from the excitement of a game, and expect there to be no sexual tention or possible issues.

You have some of the fittest, richest, most adrenaline filled young men in the world all in a room together which is supposed to be a "private" area, where they are free to be themselves (hence the phrase "locker room mentality"), and you inject a smoking hot woman, and what do you expect?

It would be one thing if the players, during a formal interview in a studio were inappropriate to her, but that she heard cat calls or whatever while in the locker room after the game comes with the territory. Frankly NO ONE, let alone a female reporter should be in the locker room while people are showering and getting dressed. The interview can wait 10 minutes. But if you need to interview someone that soon, you have to deal with the enviornment you are going into.

What's next, will a female reporter sue because she was forces to see a penis while in the locker room? How dare they be naked while showing and changing clothes when a woman is present? What do they think this is, a locker room or something?

Just another example of PC going WAY too far. Sometimes common sense is abandoned for the sake of what seems "right" on paper but has no place in reality.
Originally posted by TexasNiner:
This is a sign of the ridiculous world we live in. It's one thing to obviously not endorse sexual harassment and to make sure there is equality regardless of gender in the workplace.

HOWEVER, it is a very different issue to have a remarkably attractive woman, dressed to kill, show up in a LOCKER ROOM, with professional atheletes who are half (or fully) naked, and hyped up from the excitement of a game, and expect there to be no sexual tention or possible issues.

You have some of the fittest, richest, most adrenaline filled young men in the world all in a room together which is supposed to be a "private" area, where they are free to be themselves (hence the phrase "locker room mentality"), and you inject a smoking hot woman, and what do you expect?

It would be one thing if the players, during a formal interview in a studio were inappropriate to her, but that she heard cat calls or whatever while in the locker room after the game comes with the territory. Frankly NO ONE, let alone a female reporter should be in the locker room while people are showering and getting dressed. The interview can wait 10 minutes. But if you need to interview someone that soon, you have to deal with the enviornment you are going into.

What's next, will a female reporter sue because she was forces to see a penis while in the locker room? How dare they be naked while showing and changing clothes when a woman is present? What do they think this is, a locker room or something?

Just another example of PC going WAY too far. Sometimes common sense is abandoned for the sake of what seems "right" on paper but has no place in reality.

It's a game of Lets throw out the forbidden gazelle and see how well we've trained the lions.
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
Originally posted by TexasNiner:
This is a sign of the ridiculous world we live in. It's one thing to obviously not endorse sexual harassment and to make sure there is equality regardless of gender in the workplace.

HOWEVER, it is a very different issue to have a remarkably attractive woman, dressed to kill, show up in a LOCKER ROOM, with professional atheletes who are half (or fully) naked, and hyped up from the excitement of a game, and expect there to be no sexual tention or possible issues.

You have some of the fittest, richest, most adrenaline filled young men in the world all in a room together which is supposed to be a "private" area, where they are free to be themselves (hence the phrase "locker room mentality"), and you inject a smoking hot woman, and what do you expect?

It would be one thing if the players, during a formal interview in a studio were inappropriate to her, but that she heard cat calls or whatever while in the locker room after the game comes with the territory. Frankly NO ONE, let alone a female reporter should be in the locker room while people are showering and getting dressed. The interview can wait 10 minutes. But if you need to interview someone that soon, you have to deal with the enviornment you are going into.

What's next, will a female reporter sue because she was forces to see a penis while in the locker room? How dare they be naked while showing and changing clothes when a woman is present? What do they think this is, a locker room or something?

Just another example of PC going WAY too far. Sometimes common sense is abandoned for the sake of what seems "right" on paper but has no place in reality.

It's a game of Lets throw out the forbidden gazelle and see how well we've trained the lions.

Well said, doppelganger. Well said.
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
Originally posted by TexasNiner:
This is a sign of the ridiculous world we live in. It's one thing to obviously not endorse sexual harassment and to make sure there is equality regardless of gender in the workplace.

HOWEVER, it is a very different issue to have a remarkably attractive woman, dressed to kill, show up in a LOCKER ROOM, with professional atheletes who are half (or fully) naked, and hyped up from the excitement of a game, and expect there to be no sexual tention or possible issues.

You have some of the fittest, richest, most adrenaline filled young men in the world all in a room together which is supposed to be a "private" area, where they are free to be themselves (hence the phrase "locker room mentality"), and you inject a smoking hot woman, and what do you expect?

It would be one thing if the players, during a formal interview in a studio were inappropriate to her, but that she heard cat calls or whatever while in the locker room after the game comes with the territory. Frankly NO ONE, let alone a female reporter should be in the locker room while people are showering and getting dressed. The interview can wait 10 minutes. But if you need to interview someone that soon, you have to deal with the enviornment you are going into.

What's next, will a female reporter sue because she was forces to see a penis while in the locker room? How dare they be naked while showing and changing clothes when a woman is present? What do they think this is, a locker room or something?

Just another example of PC going WAY too far. Sometimes common sense is abandoned for the sake of what seems "right" on paper but has no place in reality.

It's a game of Lets throw out the forbidden gazelle and see how well we've trained the lions.

Well said, doppelganger. Well said.

damn. I need that Lasik.