Boys will be boys, but girls must be what the NFL tells them to be. Why so many women? He believed that the sexual desire men felt when looking at a woman who was not their wife was due to the vixen casting magic spells to tempt them. As punishment, these sexual sirens must be, if not beheaded, drowned, or hanged, at least fired from their cheerleading jobs. She has since filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for gender discrimination.
Malt shops on every corner, Pat Boone crooning on the jukebox, and modestly dressed virgins sitting around with knees clamped together waiting to be asked to prom. We must live in their Disneyland — or else. These powerful Citizen Kanes — isolated from contemporary American culture by wealth and self-importance — still think of the country as it appears in old-fashioned Archie comics, where teen hijinks rule the day, not the current version in the TV series Riverdale, where Archie has sex with Ms Grundy.
Where the Parkland students single-handedly lead a nationwide political revolution. Where young girls and women launch MeToo and TimesUp movements that topple high-powered gropers in business and government — perhaps even a president. These highly trained and skilled women are being told that the NFL just wants to protect them from sexual predators, particularly NFL players. For necessary movements like MeToo and TimesUp to thrive, Americans have to recognize that how we treat females in high-profile entertainment contributes to the detrimental perception that walls them in and diminishes their contribution to society.
Less pay communicates less value. Forcing rules that treat them like children demeans their intellect. Because nothing says wholesome family entertainment than lithe young women in skimpy shorts and plunging tops doing the splits. So, this moral umbrage over an Instagram photo is the height of hypocrisy. The NFL continues doddering down the path to cultural irrelevancy. Ticket sales are down, television audiences are smaller, fear of concussions is causing more parents are keeping their kids from playing football, and four states are considering banning tackle football for players under Instead of embracing the real world, team owners mistakenly think they can hold on to their fan base by holding back the hands of progress.
Apparently, they never watched Getting Straight , set in the days of nationwide tumultuous student protests. Stop trying to hold back the hands of the clock. The original version referenced Lord Tyrion Lannister.