Male athletics are sooooo much more important than female athletics that this really begs the question.
u r sooooo right sabrina, and very smart too. The only important female sports are like gymnastics , cheerleaders and everyone likes to see cameltoe volleyball.
"dat be life" well women shouldn't cry then if males harness them in the locker room, they shouldn't be their period. it violates mens rights.
I think it's inappropriate for women to go into men's locker rooms, and also for men to go into women's.
I heard that at one point the EEOC was seriously talking about bringing male reporters into female locker rooms, but they never followed through with that. I know of no instance in which it is happening. Letting women reporters into male locker rooms is sexist and disrespectful of men.
We're living in a feminized culture and the feminists want us to think that these male athletes are pretty much just stud animals so it does not matter if a female sees them. I think we should have real parity, if women are in men's locker rooms then let the male reporters into the female locker rooms. You've come a long way baby.
so female attidude
This is such an abhorrent feminist double standard. If it is so professional why are not female athletes subject to this invasion of privacy? Almost all female sports leagues do not allow locker room access to reporters and there is no female sports league in which male reporters are allowed in a women’s locker room while the athletes are in any state of undress. In the WNBA they are ushered out after 20-30 minutes so the women can change in total privacy. Could you imagine the feminist law suits of workforce harassment if the shoe was on the other foot! In the U.S. it was a feminist female judge that made the ruling that a woman’s right to getting a quote after a sporting event was more important than a man’s right to privacy and decency. This situation is a feminist double standard and not any type of measure of equality. In professional and most college men’s sports female reporters as well as female college interns are permitted into the locker room 10 minutes after the game ends and can stay until the last athlete leaves. Male athletes are forced to shower and change in their presence. A law made punishable by fine by a feminist female judge. Male athletes deserve the same rights to privacy as female athletes. Somehow feminist equality only works one way!
Back in university playing ba<x>seball, a female trainer was hired, she was about 20-25 years old with a nice tight body. She never had any reservations about being in the locker room while we were showering or dressing, occasionally I and the other guys caught her sneaking a peak when she thought no one was watching. Eventually the university paper reporter started coming into the locker room too, the guys weren't wild about the idea but there wasnt much we could do about it so we put up with her always in the dressing room watching us totally naked, trying to cover up in that dressing room was impossible given the layout, the showers were open and in plain view of the main dressing area where the reporter would sit to make her notes. She also seemed to make a point of asking for comments or interviews from guys who were stark naked and would always steal glances down and the ***** of the guys she was talking to. One one occasion I even saw her snap a picture with her phone inside the showers after a game.
First of all this is an abhorrent double standard put into law by a feminist female judge in 1978 after a female reporter sued the commissioner of ba<x>seball for the right to enter the mens locker room. Today one of the only female sports leagues that allow locker room access priactice an entirely different policy to protect the female athhlete's privacy. Reporetrs are allowed in for 20-30 minutes after the game and then ushered out so the women can change and shower in privacy. No male reporters are allowed in when the women are in any state of undress. Further more the female athletes are not permitted to begin changing until the reporters are ushered out.
i think men should start demanding the right to enter female locker rooms as well.male reporters are just doing there job as the female reporters are,that is sex descrimination.come on guys lets make a big deal about this like the females did and maybe we can get equal rights.
I believe that neither should be allowed in the locker room.<br />
they should have a spot outside the locker room to interview the pla<x>yers.
It is sexist and disrespectful to men and a double standard! Those women want to see men in that environment and we all know it. Men just don't care because most men view sports and male bonding with much more status than females and the women just can stand it. Men couldn't care less about the issue. It's just the females that make it a big deal. Men are not fighting to get into the female lockerroom.
This question has inspired me, I'm off to the ladies locker room right now<br />
NOT 100% SURE BUT I DOUBT IT. IN OUR WORLD OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY MALES ARE OBVIOUSLY STILL CONSIDERED THE DOMINANT RACE ERGO A MALE IN A FEMALES LOCKER ROOM WOULD BE CONSIDERED INTIMIDATING TOWARDS WOMEN. FEMALE IN MALE LOCKER ROOM WOULD BE CONSIDERED AS JUST DOING HER JOB
We had that question....
Yeah what's up with that ....oh wait I know this, Swang!!! Seriously head light on and you know a babe reporter is turned on and you are going to be caught with your pants around your ankles answering how you feel the game went...What!!!
dat be life
In California, Jerry Brown and his boyfriend "Any Twosome Newsom" just signed a bill to benefit transgendered children, allowing them to 'select' whichever restroom they desire, and also to implement co-ed bathrooms for both boys and girls. I think I see where this is going: We're getting ready for a FEMALE DRAFT, where women will be deployed into combat zones with males. This would take some time to 'condition' both genders to the environment of co-ed barracks, restrooms etc. in the field. Of course liberals wouldn't DARE start a war, would they?............
On no account should women be allowed into men's locker room . Get this _ It's simply not culturally acceptable . Maybe it will be at some time in the future , but not at present . <br />
As a male I personally would not like it, and would feel extremely uncomfortable.