Reward sports personalities for talent, not for having tits

! This post hasn't been updated in over a year and I've changed my opinions on many things over the years. Deleting things I wrote years ago would be like ripping pages out of a diary so I'm not going to do it despite the fact that some stuff I've written in the past will probably be used against me during elections by UKIP hating fascists. You should read this bearing in mind that what I thought in the past might not be what I think now.

Poor Harriet Harperson has got her unisex undergarments in a twist over the BBC Sports Personality of the Year panel not including any women in their shortlist of sports personalities.

Fran Matthews - England Rugby

No jokes about odd shaped balls please

The man-hating Shadow Minister for Equality and Women has demanded that the BBC include some women in the shortlist immediately and criticised the BBC for including the editors of lads mags in the panel.

The panel of newspaper and magazine editors from publications with an interest in sport chose the shortlist for the BBC and came up with the all-male list.

There are undoubtedly many fine sportswomen – Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington for instance or England women’s rugby player Fran Matthews who should surely win an award just for playing a brutal sport and managing to look pretty hot rather than like Fatima Whitbread.  But the panel chose an all-male shortlist and it’s not for a failed politician like Harriet Harperson to demand that their decision is overturned and the list stuffed with women in the name of equality.

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards are supposed to reward sportsmen and women for talent and hard work, not for having a pair of tits.

5 comments

  1. Geoff, England (22 comments) says:

    I thought this award was decided by votes from the general public, so if you don’t get enough votes, tough. TV exposure helps, of course, so athletes from certain sports will always have an advantage over athletes from certain other sports. Personally, I think Ms Hatesmen should shut the hell up and try doing something for the benefit of the hardworking taxpayer, for a change. Presumably, only female athletes from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland would make the Anglophobe Hatesmen’s shortlist.

  2. Stan (204 comments) says:

    “England women’s rugby player Fran Matthews who should surely win an award just for playing a brutal sport and managing to look pretty hot rather than like Fatima Whitbread”

    “The BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards are supposed to reward sportsmen and women for talent and hard work, not for having a pair of tits”

    Hang on, lets just compare those 2 statements again

    “England women’s rugby player Fran Matthews who should surely win an award just for playing a brutal sport and managing to look pretty hot rather than like Fatima Whitbread”

    “The BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards are supposed to reward sportsmen and women for talent and hard work, not for having a pair of tits”

    I love you Wonko, you crack me up.

    So what about Chrissie Wellington?
    What exactly does a woman have to do to get on that list…..

    On second thoughts, don’t answer that.

  3. axel (1214 comments) says:

    dude, are you in the ‘West Midlands’?

  4. axel (1214 comments) says:

    there was an article on the bbc web site, yesterday, about how much money, each region in england gets for transport costs\subsidy but i now cant find it

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