Oz sports minister slams 'cheap, degrading' Lingerie football
Melbourne, May 24 (ANI): Australia's Federal Sports Minister Kate Lundy has lashed out at the Lingerie Football League, describing it as 'cheap, degrading' perv.
The sport, which was founded in the United States, pits teams of hot women in skimpy outfits against each other in games of seven-on-seven gridiron.
"Lingerie Football isn't just a distraction; it's an assault on sport," News.com.au quoted Lundy as writing for Mamamia.
"We can do so much better than LFL. And most importantly, our daughters deserve more."
Lundy insisted that it's a blight on the Australian sporting landscape to see the LFL launch here, with two exhibition matches scheduled for June.
"The LFL is about giving viewers an opportunity to perv on women in gear that looks like it's come from an adult shop." Lundy said.
"It's called the Lingerie Football League because it's almost exclusively about the underwear.
"I can't abide a spectacle that degrades women and threatens to undermine the progress of women in sport in Australia," she added(ANI)
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