Spoilsports get the Grid Girls BANNED from the Tracks of Formula 1 !!! Bunch of wets IMO!

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Spoilsports get the Grid Girls BANNED from the Tracks of Formula 1 !!!

Whose next - Cheerleaders?

Look if girls want to do it - and they do in droves - and it gets the punters to turn on the telly and watch the Sport

- then what exactly is the problem?

Another surrender to the forces of Looney Liberalism and misplaced Feminism IMO....:?

Formula 1: 'Grid girls' will not be used at races this season - BBC Sport
 


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Follows on form the same happening at the Darts , the TV companies are demanding it.

The only ones losing out are the girls who done this for a living or to done it to get their start in the modeling/ PR business etc etc . Very unfair on them , just so a few right on TV exec heads can do a bit of virtue signaling.
 

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I don't mind this. It is a bit cringe-worthy and 1970s Ford Capri. The Lovely Girls will be alright.

They usually are.
 

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The_SR

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You see it as some conspiracy because you are a bedwetter.

The reality is it's a sport on it's knees and the market research says the grid girls are too 1970s and need to go.
 

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Spoilsports get the Grid Girls BANNED from the Tracks of Formula 1 !!!

Whose next - Cheerleaders?

Look if girls want to do it - and they do in droves - and it gets the punters to turn on the telly and watch the Sport

- then what exactly is the problem?

Another surrender to the forces of Looney Liberalism and misplaced Feminism IMO....:?

Formula 1: 'Grid girls' will not be used at races this season - BBC Sport
Girls playing sport like swimming, soccer, beach vollyball
 

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Man who wants a veto on women's ovaries whines about others wanting a ban on scantily clad future strippers.
 

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If I may go straight to the heart of the matter about these 'grid girls'- if they aren't allowed to get their set out then what's the point of them? :)

Always been amused by the sight of some leggy blonde at a boxing match on the TV where she reminds the audience what round it is by parading around the ring with a number written on cardboard held over her head.

While the cameras desperately and schizophrenically either try to make sure a glimpse is caught of her while pretending not to notice her, yadda-yadda.

It is all a bit 1970s thought at best. Still doing it at darts where some sweaty bald hopeful who throws sharp sticks at a board for a living is accompanied by some chicks from dressing room to stage whereupon they jiggle about for a bit then bugger off when the music fades.

In one way it has a certain morbid fascination like watching old re-runs of the Beverly Hillbillies or the Dukes of Hazzard or whatever but in reality isn't it all just a bit cringe-inducing?
 
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He is right. Catty either agrees with telling women what to do or he doesn't. He can't have it both ways.
You do understand that in this case there are no lives at stake? Or do you?
 

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Cattlepriest can pretty much be summarised as an indignant old man in the corner of a pub, both long overdue a refit, wailing about immigration and the world changing without his permission.

Leave him to his crisps and his gloom is probably the fairest strategy.
 
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Cattlepriest can pretty much be summarised as an indignant old man in the corner of a pub, both long overdue a refit, wailing about immigration and the world changing without his permission.

Leave him to his crisps and his gloom is probably the fairest strategy.
He's got you interested, this being your third post.:lol:
 

former wesleyan

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Next up ban F1. I've seen more exciting Scalectrix racing.
 

The_SR

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You do understand that in this case there are no lives at stake? Or do you?
F1 can be lethal. But not the point. He can't complain when others decide what women can and can't do.
 


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