Thursday, August 01, 2013

Must not praise a woman's bottom

The Government has again attacked the BBC for sexist sports coverage after presenter Colin Murray said Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill had the ultimate bottom.

A capacity crowd at the Olympic Stadium were left shocked by Murray's comments just weeks after John Inverdale said Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli 'was never going to be a looker'.

Colin Murray had been given the job of geeing up the crowd at the Anniversary Games in the Olympic Stadium.

The 36-year-old told the 80,000 people there that the ultimate athlete would have: 'The stamina of Mo (Farah), the speed of (Usain) Bolt, the leap of (Greg) Rutherford and the bottom of Jess Ennis'.

Although his comments were not broadcast it led to a row on Twitter where the Northern Irish presenter was accused of sexism and living in the 1950s.

Ian Jackson wrote: 'Sexism in sport alive & well. Apparently Jess Ennis just has good bum. Shame on Colin Murray.'

Julie Haigh tweeted: 'Boys get their skills mentioned, but @J_Ennis has her bum mentioned. In the 50s are we?'


When men stop liking the way women look, that will be the end of the human race.  But I suppose some Leftist haters would like that.


Anonymous said...

Bum? I'd have said she had the finest ass in the institution. Truth is truth baby.

Seriously, wonder if she was upset by it?

Use the Name, Luke said...

When the left makes sexual gratification their main goal in life, it should not be surprising that sexual attributes get more focus. Do they really want women to be treated with more respect? (I do.) Then they need to stop encouraging people to treat each other as sexual objects.

Anonymous said...

women are sexual objects. sex dolls are also sexual objects.

english people are trying to change society by making people conceal their true minds. in other words english people are pathetic faggots.

Anonymous said...

Society will never, NEVER, do away with sexual attraction. Not possible.

At most, the liberal PC twits will endeavor to hide such human attraction. Its why women in combat is such a colossally bad idea. Not because women are not as capable (they're not), but because they are women. It really is that simple.

Anonymous said...

Sexual attraction is one of the most basic parts of human nature, and cannot be changed. Also, if you can somehow get a woman to be honest with you, just ask her how she would feel if (no) man looked at her.

I also think Anon 12:26 makes an excellent point about the Brits, although i would have used the word, pansys.

Anonymous said...

though they say they're against it, the left mostly judges people on outward appearance. See hollywood.

Anonymous said...

But, but, what if she really does have a nice bottom?