After NFL quarterback Cam Newton cracked it was “funny to hear a female” ask him a pretty standard football question, the NFL, the Association for Women in Sports Media (AWSM) and the Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) quickly condemned Newton for being so condescending toward Charlotte Observer reporter Jourdan Rodrigue, and Dannon yogurt announced Thursday that it “will no longer work with him.” But female sports reporters told Moneyish that Newton’s fumble is often business as usual in the sports media boy’s club.After all, just last year Houston Astros prospect Brooks Marlow tweeted that, “No lady needs to be on espn talking during a baseball game specially Mendoza sorry,” referencing ESPN broadcaster Jessica Mendoza calling Major League Baseball games. And two female sports writers were temporarily blocked from a visiting locker room in Indianapolis in 2015.“You can change the law, but changing attitudes takes a lot more time,” she told Moneyish.“I find it heartening that people aren’t letting Cam Newton’s dismissiveness slide.
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During the 2015 NFL season, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton unleashed the dab during a touchdown celebration against the Tennessee Titans and sparked a craze that swept around the globe.
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Count New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram among the NFL stars who've been on Twitter letting it be known they don't want to see men in rompers.
Nancy Armour, a columnist for USA Today Sports, has also been barred from locker rooms that let male reporters in during her 23-year career.