Perhaps Women DON'T Belong in Men's Locker Rooms
Sexual harassment is a loathsome, deplorable act perpetrated by the lowest forms of the human species. Whether it's a man harassing a woman, or a woman harassing a man, it's wrong. It's a power play used by the morally bankrupt and emotionally stunted. Normal, healthy, well-balanced and well-intentioned people don't do this to each other. So now you know where I stand on sexual harassment. I DON'T LIKE IT.
However, what I like even less is fabricating, falsifying, prevaricating frauds who make up abuse where it doesn't exist.
That brings me to Ines Sainz, a woman who has thrust herself into the recurring argument of whether women reporters belong in male locker rooms. They don't. It's a locker room, a place where men are in various states of undress, where a man should be able to shower, relax and unwind in the privacy of his own domain. Let's put it this way, would anyone think a man should be in a women's locker room, where women are in various states of undress, showering, relaxing, unwinding and otherwise addressing their feminine hygiene needs? I'd say the answer is NO. It's not sexist, it's just reasonable, modest healthy behavior between the two genders.
Now, to the issue of Ines Sainz and claims that Jets football players made unwanted comments while she was in THEIR locker room, their domain, their SPACE. I call BULLSHIT. I have addressed the obvious already - no women belong in there - but I have to take issue with Ines Sainz personally. This woman, as gorgeous as she may be, and she is indeed a certifiable hottie, does not strike me as a serious sports journalist. Her attire and demeanor SCREAMS "Don't take me seriously; I am eye candy, nothing more."Continued on the next page