Diana Taurasi

October 6, 2010 by Post Team 

Diana Taurasi, Women basketball player Diana Taurasi Pro is not the first female athlete to pose n d+ and raising the eyebrows of men crawling. Although his debut ESPN Taurasi is n ke+ is one of the dozen athletes featured in the “question of the body,” it may be the one to fall the furthest.

EX-FAN DIANA: YOUR give young girls

The photos are simply says, be “partially n d+” but the former UConn star and 28 years, Phoenix Mercury Pro is still young enough to have young fans. Fans, for Diana, I want to be like her, and do what she looks like having fame and fortune.

“What makes me sad,” said one speaker as “Rosemary” name. “If I had a daughter, that would really hurt me. (He does it anyway) … children and young women will see this picture … One way or another and copy what they see, “she writes. “I’m not a prude, but what does that say? Look around you and see the state of youth publications and the like, TV, movies, etc. Women’s Basketball has always been an excellent example for youth and young women. ” He added: “[It is too bad.”

EX-FAN DIANA: “You just set back 100 years WOMEN”

In a sport like women’s basketball, teams are often caught straddling the fence between integrity and marketing. The games need to focus on the family, but the need for ticket sales and support organization that is challenged WNBA throughout the last decade. Even still, a reader said she did not approve.

“Thank you Diana – you just set women back 100 years, women are more than just sex symbols What is your n ke+ body has to do with what you have done on the ground I’m a fan UCONN fans and have been since 1990. But cannot get my head around the concept of why you had to pose like that. ”

Americans are too prudish?

So it is not the first to strip and press to stimulate business and it is certainly not the last (ie Lauren Jackson). Even still, for the millions who will drool on his ESPN coverage, there are girls who seek only to look back – to challenge their bodies and subscribe to their own problems.

The argument that American culture should be more accepting of nudity can be a leg up, but the other critical branch is the fact that we – Americans – to live There’s a difference between accepting the extraordinary nature of the man’s physical and objectify it for luxury sex.

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