It’s not that women watching the NFL didn’t know this was coming. After all, we’ve taken to the streets too many times, seeing too many fans wearing clothes defiantly Ray rice or Ben Roethlisberger top. We dug into the comments surrounding the players allegedly harming a woman on social media too many times, only to find that it wasn’t just some cheeky advocates for the athletes who harmed them. women and desire the rest. our own, calling us “cuckoos”, “hoes” and “bitches”. We’ve never been disappointed to underestimate the sinister nature of an NFL fan who prefers a player MORE because he’s accused of atrocities against women. And crow about it every chance he gets.
Even knowing all that, I’m not sure anyone was prepared for absolute evil afterward “donate“Deshaun Watson has received from Browns fans. Watson has been suspended in 11 NFL games in August, for what can only be described as harassing massages with unsuspecting women (which he continues to deny). To date, Watson has settled complaints of various forms of sexual assault and misconduct with 30 of them. That’s right, THIRD. THIRD WOMEN.
You would think that, for rational and logical people, it would make sense that, whenever 30 people share similar experiences with the same person independently, there is probably at least one number of truths. But for many male sports fans, it’s just proof of the depths to which women will look to cheat and plot money from an innocent man.
Of course, it’s hard to blame just one fan base when the head of the organization (in this case Jim Haslam, owner of the Browns) immediately allows them to behave as they are, indicating that their QB sexual pest is the real victim here:
“And I struggle a little bit – will he (Watson) never get to play again? Was he never supposed to be part of society? Does he have a chance to recover himself? That’s what we will do. And you can say, ‘that’s because he’s a star midfielder.’ Of course! But if he were Joe Smith, he wouldn’t be in the headlines every day. “
Well, Jim, what I can tell you is that Watson is not supposed to play football for a good long while — let’s say a game for every victim? And you can’t start talking about rehabilitation and redemption when the guy still openly asserts his innocence and denied he had done anything wrong.
Of course, Gives a splash of testosterone-filled one inch and they will go a mile. Haslam refuses to criticize Watson Even the smallest of terms have given some Browns fans all the fuel they need. And now here we are:
And the real shot of the cake this weekend is this one:
Happy endings first, let me clear you of your legal misunderstanding: Happy endings are, as this animation implies, illegal INDEED without consent. intentions of both parties. Take a moment and read What some women have accused Watson of having to say about how massage therapies are said to have gone downhill.
Second, why are there so many happy women involved in this? What exactly is the big joke about sexual assault allegations? I would love to know that in our lifetime 81 percent of women will be sexually assaulted or harassed. Really. Let me talk about the joke.
Given that many (all?) of these photos appear to have been taken at Browns games, Deadspin reached out to the Browns to ask what, if anything, the organization is doing to prevent it. fans, you know, openly mocking sexual assault survivors. Were fans wearing “vulgar” shirts and signs tossed? Are the signs taken away from people? Has anyone been banned from First Energy?
Specifically, FirstEnergy Stadium Fan Code of Conduct, which the Browns link to on their website, specifically prohibits “use of offensive language,” as well as “offensive or vulgar clothing.” It also stipulates that signs and banners “must be of good quality” and that “management reserves the right to determine which signs violate stadium policy and to confiscate signs that violate stadium policy.” moving”. And while the “happy ending” performance reportedly took place at the infamous Muni lounge outside FirstEnergy, even a statement from the Browns, telling fans this kind of behavior is NOT OK, would goes a long way toward shutting down those rampant scams that have taken over Twitter and apparently Cleveland.
At the time of publication, the Browns did not respond to our emails.
Then again, women are used to being frustrated by the NFL, likes to play the trumpet how many of us watch but steadfastly refuse to take any action that can validate our humanity. After all, as Jim Haslam clearly reminds us, Deshaun Watson is a star quarterback, and women are not.