Ah feminism. I love the smell of hypocrisy in the morning. There really isn’t anything new to see here. It’s the same old story of women who feel the need to objectify themselves with the intent of giving more ‘credibility’ to their profession. Why do women believe that to gain respect from a group, they must paradoxically objectify themselves? Maybe it’s because posing is easier than hard work. Female logic sure is a strange thing.
Source: Daily Mail
As she reclines in a skimpy camisole, the look is definitely sexy rather than sporty.
But Johanna Head still wants to be known more for her golf shots than her camera shots.
She is a great British hope at the Women’s Open which started yesterday at Sunningdale in Berkshire – and is being billed as one of golf ‘s answers to former tennis starlet Anna Kournikova.
Which would explain her modelling at the first opportunity. Anna Kournikova made much more money posing than playing anyway.
Ahead of the tournament, the 35-year- old from Ascot signed up for a glamorous photoshoot with several other female golfers in an attempt to change the face of the ‘dowdy’ sport.
It’s golf, not oil wrestling. What makes them think they can change the face of a sport just by getting pictures taken? How special do girls think they are these days? I’m sure fans of the sport would appreciate it much more if these girls just got down to business and played amazing golf, on the level that the men play it.
Yeah, I laughed too.
Fellow team member Kim Hall said: ‘I would rather be known for my golf, but it’s a bonus when you are considered attractive. Nobody in the group wants to be Kournikova. We’re in the limelight so we’re going to do that playing golf, not standing around looking glamorous.’
Say no more. I won’t add pictures. Visit the Daily Mail if you must have a butchers.