And by the long-standing traditions of sports journalism, equality means following athletes into the locker room for post-game interviews. There, five naked players surrounded a female reporter who was seated on a stool interviewing another player. Well, then, maybe it's about privacy. The fight to change the rules of the game. But there's more going on in last week's messy little stories from the locker rooms of two professional football teams than equality and privacy. There are other ways to provide post-game access to athletes.
That doesn't mean the stilted press conference format disliked by reporters.
More To Locker-Room Stories Than Meets The Eye
Distasteful as it was, she soon realized the only way to compete as a journalist was to have the same access as her male colleagues. I'll be cumming for a long time! Naked girls in the locker room of the fitness club. Hot candid amateur photo. Get home delivery today! Does an athlete have the right to shower and dress without being badgered by reporters who want to know how it felt to miss what would have been the game-winning field goal?