Sexual Harassment: While the media spent the week crawling up its own ass in a myopic debate about their professional norms, the salient point was missed. “Sainz/Jets thing is NOT a locker room issue. It has devolved into that to excuse a bunch of entitled Neanderthals that apparently decided sexual harassment laws shouldn’t apply to them b/c a woman wore tight jeans. THAT’s what this should be about. Grow. Up. Despite what they think, some laws & rules in this society actually apply to pro athletes…If Ines Sainz showed up wearing that in a Packers locker room, I would be shocked if she got the same treatment. Some teams and players actually have class.” Bravo. [via @Greg_A_Bedard]
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