This would seem to be an open-and-shut case if anyone cared to sue. That's missing the point. When Stanford played UConn in last April's championship, if you wanted to see how devastated Jayne Appel was after her terrible shooting night, you needed to be in the locker room. A specific media area where players and media interact Don't his concerns have any validity? Be happy you are not treated as an equal.
She was obviously asking for it, look how she was dressed.
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She is a sensationalist puppet put in by Azteca TV to promote sexuality in their program to attract male viewers. What happened to her on the practice field was not professional and wrong. The reporters should be allowed interviews in a conference room. There would be profuse apologies from him and his wimpy bosses. Reporters come in for minutes, the athletes do interviews fully clothed, and then reporters are asked to leave, doors are closed, and the athletes can shower and change in privacy and peace.