Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Locker room chat

So there is one hot reporter in the center of a controversy. Apparently there were some lewd comments made in the Jets locker room towards her. She didn't feel offended, but the NFL is still investigating. Whatever.

My only question is, are male reporters allowed in female locker rooms? Like after a soccer game? I honestly don't know. (If I had to make a guess, I would say no....)

Maybe we should all just respect the "male" and "female" signs on closed doors and wait to talk to people until they are dressed appropriately and in public. Just a thought....

Oh, and for those keeping track, today is 34 weeks pregnant! Baby and I are still doing awesome. 2 weeks until I have my freedom back... whoo hoo!!!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ah, you are too young to remember the battle that women waged to have access to football players for interviews. Those locker room interviews were a big thing, because women were paid less since they couldn't get those "right after the game" interviews. It was all about womens liberation.
I remember when only men did the interviews and the women were only the cheerleaders on the field.
Vicki

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Vicki!

Anonymous said...

like people should be offended by anything thats natural! get real a penis is a penis and boobs are boobs. Grow up!

Sally said...

I guess I don't feel like there is anything I need to know so much that the players need to tell me in the locker room. Maybe only players and coaches should be allowed in the locker room... I don't care for sports though...