February 1, 2011, - 4:18 pm
Below is a picture of Mexican reporter Ines Sainz at today’s Superbowl Media Day, as posted by NFL Network reporter, Albert Breer. Does she look like she’s there to “report” . . . or to be reported on? You’ll recall that the NFL instituted some sort of anti-harassment policy or “sensitivity training” after some New York Jets players committed the “crime” of whistling at this attention whore who has her clothes painted on and knows exactly what she’s doing. Jets owner Woody Johnson called to apologize to her–for what, I’m still not exactly sure. This is the mainstream sports media today: if you haven’t posed spread-eagle in Playboy–or look like you have–you’ll be behind camera, not in front of it. And that’s fine. That’s showbiz. But just one question: why did the NFL institute a course for male players on how not to whistle at a pretty woman obviously dressed like she wants to be undressed by them . . . and not a course for female sports reporters on how to dress when they don’t want to be whistled at? The day they stop whistling is when she’ll truly be upset.
Everyone knows that most of these women become sports “reporters” for one reason and one reason only: to “date” (euphemism) the players. It’s an organized way to be a groupie and get paid for it. Is that really news to anyone? And does anyone think Ines Sainz is an exception to this rule? Please. She’s probably the most used piece of equipment in the NFL gym.
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