Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Ines Sainz: My Clothing Style Is No Invitation for Abuse

While I agree in principle that no woman should be sexually harassed, I cannot help but note that the most public of the harassment claims I have noticed are based on men reacting verbally/physically/emotionally/humanly to women who are dressed in less than modest attire. Talk about MIXED signals!


This woman walks into a lions den when these men are at their most hopped up testosterone levels and then, though she claims not to have noticed, gets harassed... Why is there NO dress code for these journalists? Seriously... WHY???? Do you see Diane Sawyer and other journalists of note wearing their slut-wear? NO! You reap what you sow and the facts are human nature is man to notice woman and vice versa! Mexican men are no less hot to trot for a woman dressed like that than any red-blooded American man, nor are they any less inclined to make comments of "appreciation" to women dressed with tata's hangin' hither and yon. Of course she is LOVED in Mexico, she looks like fucking MAN CANDY!

The reality is that women who dress provocatively are likely to be noticed FOR THAT and be treated accordingly by men. Right or wrong, does not matter. If you want men to treat you right, then you need to dress and present yourself in a way that shows you respect yourself.

Ines Sainz: My Clothing Style Is No Invitation for Abuse


Women do not want men in their locker rooms and as yet, I haven't noticed this happening, though I admit I am hardly interested enough in sports tv to go check. I personally do not think that women should be in the men's locker room's after sporting events or any other time. With respect to all reporters, I think there should be interview areas designated specifically for all broadcasters and the players should be able to let themselves relax and be free in private in the locker room.

2 comments:

  1. Spot on Momma C, it is common sense after all. Women who don't want to be treated as sexual objects should not dress as sexual objects...and if they dress to be noticed (their choice) then shouldn't complain when they are.

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  2. Couldn't agree more.

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