|Quoting Mir (Reply 4):|
In all seriousness, though, if they want to go about it this way, more power to them.
Really, it might be a step in the right direction for them. I think that a lot of criticism of this idea is based on anti-Islamic sentiment. After all, did anyone criticize BET?
|Quoting Doona (Reply 6):|
is the purpose of a television channel for women for you to look at said women?
Maybe. Think about sideline reporters. The only reason to have some woman tell me about some guy's pulled groin rather than the guy in the booth telling me is to inject some boobies into the sports action. Which, on the whole, is probably good since it balances out the fact that, for that moment, I am actually taking an interest in the condition of another man's groin.
But having a woman do the actual play-by-play always sounds to me like an angry lesbian yelling at me. I don't know about anyone else, but I got enough of that in gym class.