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Why is it every time a beautiful lady gets harassed by professional athletes there is always mumbling by some folks that somehow she dressed too sexy, I guess suggesting she was asking for it.
Are you kidding me ! Were this people raised by wolfs !
I'm not just talking about blogers but also mainstream media commentators, Michael Smerconish who is a well known political commentator on MSNBC made an award winning comment yerterday morning on said station, he said.... "..... and obviously she wants you to look in that direction or she would not dress like that..." (she was wearing tight jeans) you think ! are you kidding, where does MSNBC find this people, do they pay him to make that machista commentary?
Then, as if that wasn't enough, he fallowed it up with another Emmy winner, Smerconish said..., "....She said -I died of embarrassment- , really , put on more clothes..." wow, very insightful comment.
Sir, lets make a deal, don't look and just let the rest of us enjoy Gods work.
Do you agree ?
Let me just say there is no law against being a good looking sports reporter, there is no law against wearing tight blue jeans, there is no broadcasting rule dictating all female sports reporters have to look , smell, walk, talk and act like a man.

Is there? Please tell me if there is, maybe I'm wrong and Ms. Ines Sainz was violating the "looking hot while reporting rule"
Just saying.
Here is a bio on Ms. Sainz I found on a women's sports blog called RIGHTFIELDERS:
"......32 year old Ines Sainz Gallo was born in Queretaro, Santiago Queretaro in the beautiful country of Mexico. Her father was a lawyer (he died a few years ago due to heart and respiratory failure) and her mother stayed home to take care of Ines and her two brothers.
She went to an elementary school run by nuns (Asuncion) and her high school was at St. Javier, after her graduation she studied Law at the University of Mexico and got her Masters degree from the University of Queretaro (these days she also has a degree in business and business in Soccer), who would think that a law student would actually get involved in sports, but you see Ines is a great swimmer a powerful volleyball and basketball player.."
Ms. Sainz is not a bimbo folks, this is a well educated woman taking care of a husband(lucky guy) and three kids, bringing home some bacon and probably cooking it.
Apparently some man can't live with that.
Ines Sainz fame is exactly that, she is a smart good looking reporter who likes to dress and promote her image, again there is no crime there, she would look hot in a burlap sack or a nuns habit.
There is no shame in that and there is no reason for grown millionaires to act like little boys around beautiful ladies, my God they should at least pretend they've seen one before.
Just saying !
Come on Speed channel hire Ines Sainz for next years racing season, she be great in the F1 pits or even in NASCAR.
We can all agree on that !
As always this is a fans opinion and from what I understand everybody has one and I thank God from that.
Enough said.

September 14, 2010  04:01 PM ET

Why don't we just ban ALL reporters from interviewing players in the locker room period?

September 14, 2010  06:00 PM ET

"32 year old Ines Sainz Gallo was born in Queretaro, Santiago Queretaro in the beautiful country of Mexico"

OK, how can you take anything after "...beautiful country of Mexico" seriously? People in Bangladesh laugh at that statement.

Secondly, she bills herself as the "Hottest sports reporter in Mexico". She is playing up the sexy angle and when someone calls her on it she is going to complain? That's ridiculous. Should we also take seriously the female "Sports reporter" from Brazil who showed up at Superbowl media week in a wedding dress asking Tom Brady to marry her over and over again. She had credentials too.

There are scores of female sports reporters in this country, they don't dress like Mrs Sainz does even though many could, and they don't emphasize their sex appeal angle the way she does.

This is being blown completely out of proportion.

September 14, 2010  06:07 PM ET
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One bump with a football and her pants explode right off her ****, like Porkins after 100 hot pockets.

now why would you ruin a good image?

September 15, 2010  12:02 AM ET

I think some of you guys play for the Jets or coach for the Jets...lol...lol...lol

September 15, 2010  09:15 PM ET

The latest statement I have read shows the sexual harassment complaint came not from Ms Sainz but another female in the party. Do you think she doesn't get this reaction from athletes she interviews in other countries? I'm sure many soccer players groan as they bite the side of their index finger when they see her heading their way. lol It's just too bad a female sports reporter can't be treated with the same level of respect a male sports reporter receives, but it is what it is. Men are visual creatures and until all females with this job look like Bella Abzug, boys will be boys.

September 15, 2010  09:52 PM ET
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"32 year old Ines Sainz Gallo was born in Queretaro, Santiago Queretaro in the beautiful country of Mexico"OK, how can you take anything after "...beautiful country of Mexico" seriously? People in Bangladesh laugh at that statement.Secondly, she bills herself as the "Hottest sports reporter in Mexico". She is playing up the sexy angle and when someone calls her on it she is going to complain? That's ridiculous. Should we also take seriously the female "Sports reporter" from Brazil who showed up at Superbowl media week in a wedding dress asking Tom Brady to marry her over and over again. She had credentials too. There are scores of female sports reporters in this country, they don't dress like Mrs Sainz does even though many could, and they don't emphasize their sex appeal angle the way she does. This is being blown completely out of proportion.

Agreed. You can't promote yourself as a sex symbol and then get offended when someone treats you like one.

September 15, 2010  10:00 PM ET

All I know is she needs to keep wearing what shes wearing. And dammit, we need more high res shots of that **** on the web!!!

September 16, 2010  08:50 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

"32 year old Ines Sainz Gallo was born in Queretaro, Santiago Queretaro in the beautiful country of Mexico"OK, how can you take anything after "...beautiful country of Mexico" seriously? People in Bangladesh laugh at that statement.

Dude, it's called being proud of your place of birth...what are you, 13 years old?

 
September 16, 2010  10:08 AM ET

Your right, there is no law against being a sexy female reporter, and there is nothing wrong with wearing the apparel she chose to wear. But when you are that attractive, and you wear that skimpy of clothing, you need to deal with the consequences, and that is, when you walk into a lockeroom filled with naked men, you will get harassed. That's just natural for men, they see a hot women, they're gonna flirt. Didn't they teach you this in like 5th grade?

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