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It’s about the non-stop, humiliating, sometimes debilitating abuse that women in sports encounter on social media; the pit in the bottom of your stomach when you realize the only person left in the late-night press box with you is the veteran reporter who stands too close to you in media scrums and peppers you with compliments that border on inappropriate.
It’s about being denied on-camera opportunities unless you’re pretty and skinny enough; and then, if you are pretty and skinny enough, being dismissed and discredited because of your appearance.
It’s about making it to the top of your profession and still being criticized for your “nagging” voice or your wardrobe choices.
Most women in sports media haven’t been turned into a headline on the ESPN scroll or a Twitter moment because a former NFL MVP laughed at the fact that they were a “female” asking an a question at a televised press conference.
But all women and gender-nonconforming people in sports media have been demeaned in some way, shape, or form on the job — made to feel like they aren’t welcome or capable because they aren’t men.
But for that to happen, the curse has to be lifted.
So she intends to help him break the jinx--just as soon as they get out of bed....What Newton said hurts so much because it didn’t happen in a vacuum.It happened in a world where women and non-binary people are still fighting for respect on a day in, day out basis — across many fields, yes, but particularly in sports media.It’s about being told your gender means you can’t understand the game, and then walking into a press conference at the NCAA women’s Sweet 16 and realizing you’re the only female reporter in the packed press room.It’s about telling a new person you meet that you are a sports reporter, and bracing yourself to receive the incredulous, “Really?” Or, even worse, the inexplicable, “Do you like sports?