Outrage at the Sexist Catcalling Male Tennis Players Endure

There wasn’t widespread outrage last night, after a video emerged highlighting the horrendous sexist abuse that male tennis players have to endure when changing shirts during matches.

The disturbing video clearly shows top player Rafa Nadal being subjected to a barrage of horrific catcalls and lewd comments from female spectators at a match in Indian Wells in 2013. Nadal, who it is believed survived the abuse, which happens to him and other top stars regularly when changing shirts during matches, was unavailable for comment, but a leading butch faced femicunt did not say ‘this disturbing video demonstrates how public attitudes have to change regarding the sexual objectification of men in sport. We encourage the public to report to the authorities any female spectators you see making lewd gestures or comments at hunky male stars. All women are sex starved cunts who think with their vaginas.’ However, leading lovely looking sheila TyphonBlue, representing the men’s human rights movement, did say that the horrific video proves beyond doubt that 5 out of 4 men are sexually abused during their lifetimes, fucked up for life, and can you donate some of your money to her now please?

The Nadal video comes only days after there was widespread hysteria generated by the BBC over fairly innocuous chanting by a few men out of a crowd of thousands of tanked up male spectators directed at a busty female linesman and a 25 year old ‘teenage’ football player :


14 thoughts on “Outrage at the Sexist Catcalling Male Tennis Players Endure”

  1. This is perhaps an opportunity to draw the attention of all readers to something which may have escaped Anti-Feminist’s eagle eye.

    Today being International Vagina Day, Radio 3 of the BBC has allocated all its air time over the weekend to the playing non-stop of music by women. Now, I don’t know about you but I cannot think of either one female composer generally regarded as amongst the greats or indeed any notable work by a female composer – ever. This has not deterred them.

    Naturally, I felt compelled to send off an email to the BBC congratulating them on achieving 100% equality and to enquire when they might be devoting their weekend to composers who are either blind, left handed, Man U supporters or of some other unexpected category.

    Normal service begins first thing Monday with rape-supporter and all-round misogynist J. Haydn.

  2. Thanks Opus.

    We can at least be glad that this year’s Vagina Day was the first for a while in which no new laws criminalizing men were announced to co-incide with it (as far as I know).

    And to those who like to think of Russia/Ukraine as anti-feminist paradises – Vagina Day is 100 times bigger there than it is here, it’s actually an important public holiday (when falling on a week-day) and every woman in Russia is expected to be treated like a princess for the day (or even more than the other 364 days of the year).

  3. Antifeminist:
    BTW, Vagina Day is also huge in all of Latin America (and arguably even more on the ‘Princess for a Day’ part).

  4. re Opus’ remarks

    Perhaps we could have a women in jazz day? A whole 24 hours of blessed silence. There seems to be something in the creative process which women are weak in; whilst there are many excellent women writers of novels, music seems to be the forte of men. There are lots of good women intrumentalists, but it’s the on-the-fly improvisation they don’t seem to be able to handle. I’ve no idea why, but it does highlight a sharp difference between the sexes.

  5. The second link is a great example of Ameroskanks at their finest.

    Oh, I don’t know. Jack and Oogenhand would probably crawl over broken glass and pay to have them, lol.

    Meanwhile, even vikings are now taking part in gender tokenism :

    A famous London church allows Islamic prayers to take place – any wonder that femiservative hags and plain janes are turning to Islam instead of Christianity to protect them?


  6. In the second link, not one mention is made in the text that the attackers are female. It refers to them as “teens”.

    As usual.

  7. Corevalue:
    That’s very typical in the American media. Usually, they won’t even mention race or gender of a perpetrator unless they happen to be both white and male.

Comments are closed.