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God bless stupid whores with their double standards. As those of you who follow the NFL may be aware, the New York Jets are currently under investigation by the NFL for the conduct of some of their players over the weekend. After a Saturday practice Ines Sainz, a reporter from TV Azteca, a Mexican television network, was in the Jets' locker room to interview Mark Sanchez, who is of Mexican descent.

First, some background on Miss Sainz. Miss Sainz is a very respected television reporter for TV Azteca who got her job by being totally good at what she does and not by being hot. Oh, did I mention there is also quite the provocative picture section on TV Azteca's web site, which you can see here. In these classy photos Sainz does such professional things as wear skimpy dresses, lift up parts of her clothing to tease the viewer, use standard stripper and porn star poses, and give the camera "come hither" looks in almost every shot. TV Azteca also has an article up about Miss Sainz that you can see here titled "La Mujer Perfecta," which is Spanish for "Hot Slut with a Nice Rack." Or something like that. If you go to that link, you can see some even more provocative pictures, in which Sainz is wearing bikinis and has sand rubbed all over her nearly-naked body. Of course, what else would you expect from the self-proclaimed "Hottest Sports Reporter in Mexico."

So this past Saturday Miss Sainz was in New York to interview Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez for TV Azteca so he could be seen on the same network as her scantily clad, sand-covered body. Apparently, as Miss Sainz was approaching these naked 20-30 year old men in their locker room, which is designed for showering and changing clothes, a few of said naked 20-30 year old men made some catcalls, as men of that age are wont to do when there is an attractive bimbo in the vicinity.

And that made her uncomfortable...

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...OH I'M SORRY BITCH! DOES IT MAKE YOU UNCOMFORTABLE THAT YOU MAKE YOURSELF A SEX OBJECT FOR MONEY, BUT AS SOON AS YOU MAKE A CHOICE TO WALK INTO A ROOM FULL OF NAKED MEN THEY TREAT YOU AS A SEX OBJECT? GEE BITCH, I GUESS MAYBE YOU SHOULD HAVE THOUGHT ABOUT THAT BEFORE YOU STARTED TAKING SEXY PICTURES FOR MONEY AND WALKING INTO A ROOM WHERE 20-30 YEAR OLD MEN HAVE THEIR SCHLONGS OUT! MAYBE IF YOU ACTED LIKE A FUCKING PROFESSIONAL YOU'D BE TREATED LIKE ONE! I AM SO GOD DAMN SICK OF STUPID BITCHES WANTING TO BE A SEX OBJECT AND THEN CRYING WHEN THEY GET TREATED LIKE ONE!

Okay. /endrant

I'm better now. But the fact remains, Miss Sainz is clearly in the position she is in at TV Azteca because she is an attractive young woman, and the network is using her sex appeal to attract young male viewers. This makes her a sex object. That is her job. Now, I'm not saying that every attractive woman is a sex object, far from it. But as a woman, as soon as you are paid money to pose for sexy pictures or to use your physical attractiveness to garner interest from men, you have become a professional sex object. That is what you are, you cannot escape it, no matter how much you may not like that realization. So at all times Miss Sainz is on the job, she is a sex object, because that's what she is paid to be. There is a reason TV Azteca pays her to interview stars from a sport with a heavy male following. Because she's hot and she dresses hot and they want the men to be interested. That's her job. A sex object. If you don't like it, find a new job.

Female reporters have been interviewing male athletes in locker rooms for years. I don't understand why, I think it's inherently unprofessional for ANY reporter of ANY gender to be interviewing someone while they should be changing, but it is what it is. However, you normally don't hear about the catcalls and whatnot because normally, the female reporter is a professional who dresses in business attire and doesn't have pictures on her network's web site of her in a bikini rubbing sand all over her tits. Sorry sugar tits, but when you act like a whore, you get treated like one.

Oh and did I mention the infamous incident from the Super Bowl media day a couple years ago where Miss Sainz caused quite a stir by treating the players as objects? Oh I didn't? How clumsy of me. Yeah, back when the Cardinals and Steelers met in the Super Bowl at the media day Miss Sainz walked around with a tape measure measuring the players' biceps. More than a few players were uncomfortable with that. Sure, some players found it a great chance to show off their guns in front of a hot chick, but some were visibly uncomfortable with a female reporter only caring about the size of their biceps. Just like some hot chicks would be flattered by a group of naked men with their dongs flopping around making catcalls, and some would not be. But when you take sexy pictures and walk around asking men if you can measure their biceps, those men are going to assume you are the former. Deal with it or change your behavior. If you want to be treated like a professional, be a professional. Dumb bimbo.

 

 

 

And by the way, you all better appreciate all the effort it took me to find those stories, since I don't know a word of Spanish. Although it was kind of entertaining since TV Azteca is apparently like a major TV network in Mexico but it looks like kind of a joke. I couldn't find where they tell you what the weather is going to be, but there's hot pics of "chicas" everywhere.