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Okay, my take on this Ines Sainz B.S.

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Joy Division, Sep 17, 2010.

  1. Joy Division

    Joy Division Slightly-known Member

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    Am I hearing this right? Are women reporters still allowed into locker-rooms with guys walking around naked with their wangers-a-slappin'? If that's the case, then are there male reporters walking into female locker rooms to interview female athletes?

    Am I just not processing this correctly?

    For the record...I wouldn't touch this broad with a 10ft. pole...mine's a little shorter than that:icon_banana:

    NFL on Ines Sainz Case: Jets 'Unprofessional' but Won't Be Punished

    A.J. Perez
    National Reporter
    The treatment of Mexican TV reporter Ines Sainz by the New York Jets at practice last weekend "should have been better," NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said on Friday, but the league won't be taking any action against players or coaches.

    "It is our responsibility to provide a professional setting for members of the news media and other business associates that work with our teams and the league," Goodell said in statement. "We appreciate (Jets owner) Woody Johnson stepping up promptly to properly manage the situation at his team."

    As part of the nearly week-long investigation where 17 people were interviewed, the NFL has determined there's a need for all 32 teams to undergo a training program on how to interact with reporters. The programs, the NFL said, "will supplement the league's current media policy and improve the ability of clubs to maintain a professional environment in the workplace."

    The inquiry into the treatment of Sainz, a reporter with TV Azteca, determined there was "unprofessional conduct" on behalf of the Jets, including targeting her during drills last Saturday. In a letter to the Jets, Goodell wrote "there seems little doubt that passes were thrown in Sainz's direction," although no player "bumped, touched (or) brushed against" Sainz.

    In the locker room, Sainz told investigators that she didn't hear any catcalls or sexually offensive comments, and didn't witness any inappropriate gestures. She did, however, note that that locker room environment "could have been better."

    "We've learned from what happened last Saturday, and have reaffirmed our commitment to treat all members of the media with professionalism and respect," Johnson said in a statement. "The commissioner has developed a constructive approach that emphasizes education and awareness. I believe what emerges will improve the working relationship between all media and the NFL."

    Other reporters described the locker room atmosphere as "juvenile, immature, high school," but "not over the top." The reporters also said that "Sainz did not appear concerned, disturbed or troubled by what was going on around her."

    A message left with TV Azteca was not immediately returned. Sainz told FanHouse she'd support any outcome of the investigation.

    "I think they have a good vision of what took place there," she said. "They are going to make their own judgments. I think whatever they decide to do will be the correct choice."

    The Jets have agreed to fund an education program that will be given to NFL rookies starting next year, aimed at educating the first-year players on how to deal with the media professionally. The program will be developed in with the assistance of the Association of Women in Sports Media (AWSM).

    "We are pleased with the resolution of this matter," AWSM said in a statement. "The NFL performed its due diligence, completing a thorough investigation and determining what occurred. ... The creation of the league-wide training program is a fantastic opportunity for AWSM to share its message of respectful and professional treatment for all women in sports media. We have advocated for this since our inception."
     

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  2. Cheapseats

    Cheapseats Loud, proud Charger fan

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    Putting a young, former beauty pageant winner in a room full of testosterone-fueled young men in various stages of undress is a bad publicity incident waiting to happen. I heard a female sports reporter on a radio interview confirming that male reporters are (of course) banned from the locker rooms of female athletes. If the NFL is becoming so concerned about its image then maybe they need to either wait until the guys are dressed or interview them outside the locker room.

    Bottom line...I guess she got "her story"...and it wasn't the Sanchez interview.
     
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  3. CoronaDoug

    CoronaDoug Well-Known Member

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    WOMEN do not belong in MENS locker-rooms. End of story.
     
  4. CoronaDoug

    CoronaDoug Well-Known Member

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    Do we have a picture of her from the front?

    [​IMG]
     
  5. Trumpet_Man

    Trumpet_Man Well-Known Member

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    Take a REAL LONG LONG look at her photo. That chick is smokin'. Wow.

    After piling on sweaty *** men for hours someone says...no eye candy for you ?

    I would sure as hell would like to see a tape of what these guys did to see if she got wet and then use that in my own arsenal.
     
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    Trumpet_Man Well-Known Member

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    CoronaDoug Well-Known Member

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    That arse is amazing [​IMG] .
    She still is not dressing appropriately for her profession.
     
  8. CoronaDoug

    CoronaDoug Well-Known Member

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    Is would be the equivalent of Kevin Acee walking into a womans locker-room wearing a speedo.
     
  10. sdbound

    sdbound Well-Known Member

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    Yea, nothing would get a room full of women going like Kevin Acee waving his twig and berries around.
     
  11. Pointyearedog

    Pointyearedog I only put idiots on ignore...

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    Two words:

    Woody Johnson.

    Pointy (is that really the owner's name, or is he some kind of porn star???!!)
     
  12. Joy Division

    Joy Division Slightly-known Member

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    Yeah, the camera angle in that interview was...it was working for me.
    Yes, she is an attention whore, much like many women are, she just happens
    to have the "resources" to garner said attention.
    All I heard in the interview was...blah, blah, twitter, blah...
    I was mostly using my sense of sight.

    She seeks the Alpha Male.
    We can call her whore and all that shite, but we do that
    only because we know we don't stand a chance.
    I on the other hand, think that the problem lies with us,
    we can't keep our eyes in our head over some cleavage?
    BFD....Go to Latin America or Europe..that shite is everywhere
    and you go numb to it after awhile...kinda like Mardi Gras and
    all the boobs being flashed...it becomes normal...and you move
    your attention elsewhere.

    My 2 centavos worth.
     
  13. Cheapseats

    Cheapseats Loud, proud Charger fan

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    Now there's a visual I really didn't need! Ugh!
     
  14. boltssbbound

    boltssbbound Well-Known Member

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    I love how you guys just act like men are incapable of behaving themselves in front of a hot woman. It wasn't like they were only harassing her in the locker room. She was getting harassed on the practice field.

    If you started sexually harassing a smoking hot woman at your place of employment, you would get nailed for it, and rightfully so. These athletes get their choice of plenty of women, they should be able to abide by the hands off the reporters rule.
     
  15. Kwak

    Kwak ....

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    Did she say anything??? I was distracted.

    If you don't want to be treated like a ho, don't dress like a ho.
     
  16. AnteaterCharger

    AnteaterCharger Calibrating Bolttalk, Podcast by Podcast Staff Member Super Moderator Podcaster

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    I don't think she was a ho in her dress, but she is a wildly attractive woman in a locker room, is anyone surprised comments were made?

    Furthermore if anyone can find her comments she made on MSNBC on friday, it seems that she suggests that she laughed off or ignored the comment and that it was OTHER female reporters that made this an issue
     
  17. Lightning's Girl

    Lightning's Girl Mod Chick =) Staff Member Moderator

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    Honestly, I don't know what the girl expected, tarted up the way she was. If she didn't want attention, she should have dressed conservatively and professionally like most reporters do. That's not saying that harassment is OK, but what's a few catcalls and wolf whistles?

    Back in my day (yes, I USED to be a hawt chick), that wasn't called harassment; if anything, it was a compliment.......if not particularly appreciated by the female in question. It was also more or less expected that if you dressed provocatively, you were calling attention to yourself and therefore should not be shocked at the comments and whistles when you walked into a bar or by the construction site.

    As far as I'm concerned, this whole thing is a tempest in a teapot. This so-called 'reporter' shouldn't be allowed anywhere near a locker room, IMO.
     
  18. Joy Division

    Joy Division Slightly-known Member

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    Your not saying that women can become jealous when a supersexy alpha female with an exotic accent enters their vicinity and receives absurd amounts of flattering attention are you?

    Yeah this reporter or any other female reporter no matter how hot or unhot or dressed or undressed they are, should ever be allowed into an all male locker room. If the station is afraid of losing out on a story...send a male reporter from that station in. What TV Azteca doesn't have any male reporters?

    Okay, topic dead...move on. I'm pretty sure we're mostly all in agreement...with that being said. I'd nail her like...wait, I'll just keep those comments to myself...
     
  19. Kwak

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    Then what do you call having her shirt unbuttoned below the bottom of here breast on a national TV interview or wearing pants that look like they were painted on?

    If you want to be treated professionally then dress the part. Do not dress like you are going to a club trawling for meat.
     
  20. Enormo

    Enormo BoltTalker

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    That's top notch. Wow indeed.
     
  21. matilack

    matilack Take A Knee McCree!!!

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    My take.....Reporters shouldn't be in locker rooms.
     
  22. DenverBolt67

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    I don;t think you can say one reporter is allowed in the locker room but another is not, no matter what the reason. That is why women have been allowed in the locker room. WNBA and Women's tennis don't allow any reporters in the locker room, this prevents them from having to allow men in. This is what the NFL should do. No media in the locker room at all, All media waited in a media room outside the locker room and can talk to people when they are dressed and ready. Keep them all out of the locker room
     
  23. DenverBolt67

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    Except most men want to see her dressed like that, no woman wants to see KA in a Speedo. Most women don't want to see any men in a speedo
     
  24. Ride The Lightning

    Ride The Lightning Join the Dark Side, we have cookies.

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  25. nickelbolt

    nickelbolt Fuggedaboutit

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    Latin women are hot

    Gloria Allred is not.

    Someone hand me another Sierra Nevada and post some more pics of this hot as.s latina.

    thx
     
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    Trumpet_Man Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]

    I think those are tampons on her necklace ? :icon_huh:

    [​IMG]

     
  27. HollywoodLeo

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    I was about to chime in with the same thing.

    I think it would be stupid to discriminate who can and cannot do their job in the locker room, but I think the entire notion of allowing anyone in the locker room for interviews is kinda dumb anyways.

    Let them wait outside for interviews, male or female.
     
  28. DenverBolt67

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    It wouldn't just be stupid, it would be deemed illegal. Keep them all out and the problem is solved
     
  29. MasterOfPuppets

    MasterOfPuppets Charger fan since 1979

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    If you guys (and women) want to call her an attention whore well go ahead, although I would call every reporter the same, everybody in the entertainment business is one. Now of course she's where she is because of how beautifull she is, but what's wrong with that? some people use their brains, some their artistic talents, some their athletisism, some their looks, as long as it is legal use what ever you have to get ahead.

    P.S. Hot reporters Mexico > USA :icon_tease:
     
  30. Ray Dahayder

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    So, this is the quote from the article....In the locker room, Sainz told investigators that she didn't hear any catcalls or sexually offensive comments, and didn't witness any inappropriate gestures. She did, however, note that that locker room environment "could have been better."

    What, then, was so "offensive" if there were no offensive comments or catcalls? Geeze, what a bunch of whimps we're becoming. Then, don't let women reporters in the locker room. If men can't be in the ladies locker room, then let them wait till the players tuck their fire hoses back into the truck.
     

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