Monday, September 13, 2010

Inez Sainz complainz about harassment painz.

From FoxSports:

Ines Sainz, a reporter for Mexico's TV Azteca doing a story on quarterback Mark Sanchez, had footballs thrown in her direction by a Jets coach during practice, and players later called out to her in the team's locker room.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Sunday that the league and the Jets began looking into the situation when they were made aware of it Saturday night.
 Ms. Sainz claimed, "Some people said I was dressed inappropriately when covering the Jets but I was dressed exactly like this! Some jeans and a button down white shirt is not inappropriate!" I guess she's so used to talking to Libs that she no longer can detect completely ridiculous statements. She actually has convinced herself that she did nothing wrong. Thank the Lord for a lack of tort reform because now the Jets are evaluating the situation and ascertaining what it is that they did wrong and how they can prevent it from happening in the future.

Oh by the way, this is the outfit in question:


A cursory search on Google images demonstrates that this outfit is nothing new or unusual for this professional journalist.


I can't help but think that her choice of clothing isn't coincidental. I suspect that she realized early on that if she dressed a particular way that she might gain easier access to a particular venue or take priority over other professionals when pursuing an interview.

The fact that female professionals deserve the same level of respect as their male contemporaries is not in dispute. However, that respect goes both ways. To expect that you can enter the field at a sporting event- or even a practice- dressed in anything less than business professional is at best delusional.

It's my expectation that nothing is going to come of this but the fact that it's getting any press at all is ludicrous. Of course she has the right to dress any way she wishes and she has the right to be treated with respect but that doesn't mean that she's right for doing it. Sometimes, you actually have to think for yourself if you want to lead a drama-free life. Of course, a big stink is being made of this incident because Libs want to do everything within their power to destroy individual thought and individual responsibility.

4 comments:

Evil_Klown said...

She has the "right" to be treated with respect? That's funny, I always thought you had to earn respect. I guess not anymore.

Evil_Klown said...

I forgot to say, if it's respect she wants, I'd promise to respect her brains out.

A is A said...

Sir-Mix-A-Lot would love her!
Quothe the Beaner - "There's a fine line between looking sexy and looking professional. Some of us know where that line is."

jules said...

Why is this even a story. 1. there football players, not priests. of course there going to acknowledge a hot women standing on the sidelines. 2. how is her appearance any different than that of Jillian Barberie, Heidi Watney and Erin Andrews. All American female sideline reporters.

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