Yep, well said.I understand the idea behind the statue I guess, sort of. Is it the great photography and athleticism, or a landmark moment when sexism in sport (in Aussie rules) put a "line in the sand"? Not sure. Either way it's great advertising for NAB (just look at the image background) which feels unsettling and commercialising something as a token gesture, but a win/win which is rare.
Personally I think the AFLW is nothing more than a joke and a carnival, at least compared to VFLW. But I realise that these statue statements are not meant for me, they are meant to encourage by putting a stamp on equality in a sport that for so long has been dominated by men.
Personally, I think waiting for a more positive and non-dividing moment would suit a permanent landmark.
You know as well as I do that commenting on someone's attractiveness in a reasonable way is very different to what occurs on social media when it's all about seeking attention.Really??
Has admiring someone's attractiveness become a "must not do"
Tayla Harris IS a very attractive woman.
the tayla harris photo
is there anything wrong with saying i admire her athleticism AND think she's sexy as hell?
I replied to your reply to roacheee.You know as well as I do that commenting on someone's attractiveness in a reasonable way is very different to what occurs on social media when it's all about seeking attention.
I too find Tayla attractive, and the two times I've met her I've also found her quite funny and was interested in her view on sport. But there is no need to spout my unwanted opinions of her for no reason.