October 21, 2014

Should Female Reporters (Ines Sainz, Jenn Sterger) be Allowed in Pro Sports Locker Rooms?

Jenn Sterger and Ines Sainz have Become Household Names. Not Because of their Talent or Professionalism – but Simply Because they are Beautiful Female Reporters who were Allowed Into Pro Sports Locker Rooms.

Sexy Female Reporters Gallery…

Ines Sainz Butt

Inez Sainz

In case you’ve been living in a cave for the past few months, Ines Sainz is a Mexican news reporter who has become famous because she was flirted with and “hit on” in a manner that made her “uncomfortable” in a New York Jets locker room last month. Jenn Sterger is all the buzz in mainstream media right now because she is a female sports reporter whom, allegedly, Brett Favre has been harassing with phone calls and naughty (nude) text messages.

Jenn Sterger and friends in bikinis

Jenn Sterger and Friends

Jenn Sterger looks amazing in a bikini. And, her friends aren’t too terrible either.
Erin Andrews in Lingerie

Erin Andrews

Ines Sainz

The real story here, to me, is that these women are not only allowed, but encouraged to go into pro sports (NBA, NFL, NHL, MLB, etc.) locker rooms to perform post-game interviews. I mean seriously, would it be acceptable to encourage male reporters to follow female athletes into locker rooms, where the female athletes would be changing clothes, showering, and just plain naked? I think not. So, why do we encourage female reporters to pursue male athletes in the locker room? For ratings, that’s why!

Jenn Sterger Nude Baseball Bat

Jenn Sterger - Topless Baseball

Topless Jenn Sterger
Sexy Pamela David

Ultra Sexy Reporter Pamela David

Pamela David is known for wearing skimpy outfits.
Fox New Rporter Courtney Friel

Fox News Reporter - Courtney Friel

Erin Andrews

Erin Andrews

Ines Sainz Double Image

Ines Sains. Wow.

Ines wears her jeans very well.
Erin Andrews Hot Reporter

Erin Andrews

Erin Andrews

Sexy Jenn Sterger

Sexy Reporter Jenn Sterger

Sexy Reporter Daisy Donovan

Daisy Donovan

Daisy Donovan doesn’t seem to get as much criticism for her reporting tactics.
Courtney Friel

Courtney Friel

Norah ODonnell

You Won't Find Whitehouse Reporter Norah O'Donnell in any Locker Rooms. But, She's Hot - So Here you Go Anyway!

Jenn Sterger
Ines Sainz
Erin Andrews Yellow Tank Top
Jenn Sterger Lingerie

Jenn Sterger - Sexy Lingerie Photo

Jenn could certainly be a lingerie model if she wanted.

Jenn Sterger

Courtney Friel Bikini

Courtney Friel in Bikini

Sexy Female Reporter
Erin Andrews Pink Top
Ines Sainz Bears Interview

Ines Sainz Interviewing

Ines Sainz doesn’t dress like a “typical” reporter. And, that’s just fine with us.
Jenn Sterger in Bikini

Jenn Sterger in Sexy Bikini

So, what do you think… Should female reporters continue to be allowed in men’s pro sports locker rooms?


Hottest Female Reporters…

Jenn Sterger
Quick Bio: Jennifer “Jenn” Lynette Sterger is a model, television commentator / personality, and former online columnist for Sports Illustrated. She is probably most famously known for her time with the New York Jets as the team’s “Gameday Host” from 2008. (And, of course the whole Brett Favre scandal.) Jenn was born November 29, 1983 in Miami, Florida.
Height: 5′ 3″ Tall
Measurements: 32-25-33

Ines Sains
Quick Bio: Ines Sainz Gallo de Perez is a journalist for TV Azteca / Azteca America and hosts the sports interview program DxTips (AKA Deportips). Ines Sainz was born in Mexico City, Mexico in 1970.
Height: 5′ 2″ Tall
Measurements: 34-24-38

Erin Andrews
Quick Bio: Erin Jill Andrews is a very popular American sports reporter. Erin attended the University of Florida and has worked for ESPN and WBAP. In 2007 and again in 2008, Erin Andrews was voted “America’s Sexiest Sportscaster” by Playboy magazine. Many people know Erin because of a 2009 incident where someone secretly took nude video of her in a hotel room and posted it on the Internet. Erin was born on May 4, 1978 in Lewiston, Maine.
Height: 5′ 10″ Tall
Measurements: 36-23-33

Pamela David
Quick Bio: Pamela David is an Argentinian model and actress. Pamela moved from her birth town of Buenos Aires in 1998 to study Enterprise Management. She soon dropped out of college, however, so that she could focus on her modeling career. She is currently the host of reality TV show El BarTV 2. Pamela David was born on October 6, 1978 in Cordoba, Argentina.
Height: 5′ 9″ Tall
Measurements: 34-24-35

Courtney Friel
Quick Bio: Courtney Friel is an American sports and entertainment reporter for Fox News Channel. Courtney is a frequent guest contributor on the popular Fox News late-night show Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. Miss Friel was born on April 22, 1980 in Norristown, PA.
Height: 5′ 6″ Tall
Measurements: 34-24-33

 

21 comments

  1. Should women be allowed to interview players in the locker room? Seems like throwing raw meat to lions and then being shocked when something unseemly happens. Humans need to get a clue sometimes.

  2. I agree with the point at the beginning. You wouldn’t let a male reporter in the female locker room… why should it be any different? I don’t think it matters how hot or not the reporters are. Male locker room = males only, female locker room = females only. Seems simple enough to get.

  3. The problem is that male reporters do go into female locker rooms. Instead of getting worked up the real solution would be to get rid of reporters out of any locker room. That and these players need to act like professionals.

  4. If you do not think they should be aloud in pro sports locker rooms then you are 1. A woman
    2. Gay
    I dont mean that in a bad way its just that heterosexual men want to be around hot women

  5. Wow, it is amazing how little real work needs to be done to become an “internet journalist.” Throughout this entire article you refer to Jenn Sterger as a reporter. If you had lifted just one finger to do a little research, you would know that she is not in fact a reporter, but rather a model and (former) Jets cheerleader. She was never a journalist. I know this may seem small and that people are probably going to call me a nit-picker, but the bottom line is that this blatant, pervasive error discredited the author immediately and entirely in my mind. I mean, seriously, it was like the only story on sportscenter for at least a month, not to mention deadspin.com’s #1 story for a long while. So, my point is, get your f###ing facts straight before you publish.

    • B-Nasty… Jenn Sterger is in fact a model (as we state in the article), but she was MOST DEFINITELY a reporter during her career. You sir, need to check your facts before writing things that make yourself look foolish. From WikiPedia.org
      “After contributing two articles to Sports Illustrated, Sterger, for some time, wrote a Wednesday feature on SI.com’s “Scorecard Daily.”
      “Sterger was a regular segment host on the recent ABC show Race to March Madness. The nationally televised weekly show highlighted the best teams in NCAA men’s basketball and how the season was shaping up prior to the tournament. She hosted a weekly segment where she visited a top school’s campus and interviewed players, coaches and fans of the respective teams.”

      And, by the way… She was NEVER a cheerleader for the Jets as you state. You are certainly lacking in the research department.

  6. Fantastic!!

  7. Admin, I would just like to point out that when you were critiquing what B-nasty said, about how he needs to get his facts right, that you didn’t even quote what he said right. You claimed that he said Jenn was not a model, when in fact, he AGREED that she was. He was saying that she wasn’t a reporter. I agree on that fact. Writing an article or two, doesn’t make you a reporter. It means that you wrote an article or two. Anyone can right an article on wikipedia.org, so you need to get a more credible source before you believe everything you read.
    As for them complaining about getting hit on, grow up. If you look that good, you should expect for guys to hit on you, especially when you go into a GUYS locker room. Take it as a compliment, and walk away. Simple as that.
    Yet again I will say, Jenn Sterger is not a reporter for doing little articles and such. Go and do some real work.

    • Hey Darren… Maybe I wasn’t clear… I was in fact agreeing with B-Nasty that Jenn was a model. And, I would even say that she is much “more” model than reporter. But, the fact remains that Jenn Sterger both wrote a weekly column for Sports Illustrated AND appeared on sports related TV shows where she interviewed athletes. She wrote the SI column for two years, from 2006 to 2008 and she joined the NFL’s New York Jets in 2008 as a host for the team’s local game broadcasts, where she did regular interviews and reporting. She left the Jets in 2009 and in 2010 began co-hosting a sports program, The Daily Line, on the cable channel Versus – where again she interviewed athletes and reported on sports related news. While I agree with you that writing one or two articles does not make her a reporter, I do believe that her body of work above would in fact qualify her as one. (That doesn’t mean she is a good reporter, however, just that she was in fact a reporter.)

      WikiPedia.org may not have been the best source to quote, but there are numerous other websites that all say pretty much the same thing. Here are just a few…
      http://www.answers.com/topic/jenn-sterger
      http://www.who2.com/jennsterger.html
      http://www.fullissue.com/index.php/jenn-sterger-biography-1983.html

  8. Wow… B-Nasty is an idiot. Bashing the author of this fine post and then making all kinds of claims that aren’t true. C’mon, you really thought Jenn was a cheerleader for the Jets – but she WASN’T a reporter??? Dude, you’re a freaking moron.

  9. IF male reporters can’t wander around women’s locker rooms, WHY let female reporters wander around male locker rooms.
    Women only cry for equal rights when they want some unequal treatment!

  10. Yes, because we want them there… if the women want male reporters in, let them in…

  11. SALUT

  12. Great list! Female reporters should be allowed to enter in a sports locker room as long as each one maintains a level of professionalism and focuses on the job at hand, which is reporting sports news.

  13. I say yes. They’re hot, yeah, but those guys have all seen hot people before. They’re pro athletes for Christ’s sake, they’re covered in hot women constantly. Pretty sure they’re used to it to not be uncomfortable. As far as the comfort of the chicks go, nobody’s forcing them to go in there. I do think that if we allow female reporters to go into male locker rooms, we should allow male reporters to go into female locker rooms, but society’s too conservative to make that jump. Women are special, women are different, all men are perverts and only guys stare at girls. Never vice versa.

  14. Why is this addressed to the people instead of to the reporters that have to deal with it? I don’t see any problem with either sex entering the opposing sexes locker room to ask a few questions for the people about how the player feeling about the game, or how they plan to play. The only reason people are going to have a problem with it, is because they were raised to. If you don’t want to watch it, there are plenty of other channels, and if the reporters don’t want to do it, they don’t have to do it. Let how they handle their business be their choice.

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