The brother has large, brass balls

Jason Whitlock takes on 30 years of feminist propaganda:

Why do I bring this up?

Because for a long time, the myth has existed that female sports reporters are able to conduct themselves inside a male team’s locker room more professionally than men could do inside a women’s locker room. And that’s stupid.

I repeat: A woman’s sexual moral values can be just as low as a man’s.

Male reporters, generally speaking, don’t have unfettered access to women’s locker rooms. The reason is simple and obvious: For the most part, we’re perverted scum. We couldn’t handle it. Turned loose inside a locker room with Serena and Venus Williams and Maria Sharapova and Anna Kournikova bouncing in and out of showers … well, deadlines would be missed. All hell would break loose.

Women don’t belong in male locker rooms.

This should be interesting. He’s absolutely right, of course. And why is it that men aren’t allowed in women’s locker rooms anyhow? Surely they can be just as professional as women, I mean, to suggest otherwise would be sexist!