04-28-2013, 07:14 PM #11
Perception is key.
A man walking in on the women is simply seen as more invasive and more inappropriate than a woman walking in on the men.
Personally I agree with the idea that media shouldn't be allowed in the dressing rooms, period. There's absolutely nothing to be gained by letting the media into the locker room except for that "raw, unfiltered emotion" that, realistically, most people don't actually want to hear - but are more than happy to talk about how inappropriate it was.Hidden Content
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05-01-2013, 05:25 PM #14
Anyone read the follow up on this? The Irony of Ironies.....
Guess who the FIRST NHL coach was to allow women in the dressing room?? (HINT: The Year was 1975, and he was coaching the Boston Bruins)
05-03-2013, 04:33 PM #15
I think everyone needs to just quit objectifying the human body. Respect and understanding begins at home more people need to not only teach learn it as well.
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05-05-2013, 05:04 PM #19
I totally understand there's a double standard for no discernible reason. WOmen can go into a locker room because, "Well, the showers are in a different area, no one is really walking around naked where the media is," but women in the same style dressing rooms are justified in thinking a man would only be their for sexual reasons?
That line of reasoning makes no sense. This is the area where women's equality turns into women's superiority. I'm all for equality but neither sex should be superior. You would have to be pretty closed-minded, short-sighted and incredibly behind the times to not see that this is a total double standard with no real reason.