Style: Laure Boulleau, that "stinks of sexism"

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A week after the resumption of Ligue 1 was a back -to -school day on Sunday for the football club canal. not scheduled for the previous weekend , the program presented by Hervé Mathoux experienced its first of the season, on the sidelines of the second day of Ligue 1.

on set for this program, Laure Boulleau was the victim of many criticisms On social networks for having expressed doubts about Alexis Sanchez, the new recruit of Olympique de Marseille. "I am not hyper convinced by this idea, said the former French international. He was a player who had a golden period because he had a lot of energy, the grinta, the intensity. But it is linked to his physique. He is a player who, as soon as he loses his physical intensity, his level of play has suffered. And I have the impression that for four years, it's a bit 'Shadow of himself. If he does not have this rage, it cannot be Alexis Sanchez d'Arsenal. "

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  Beyoncé, Lizzo, and the power of language: How ableist lyrics reignited a century-old discussion As much as we all like to think we're careful with the words we choose, ableist language is pervasive and examples in pop culture are everywhere. You have almost certainly used some of them yourself.Ableist language frequently pops up in the slang we use, like calling something "dumb" or "lame", or making a declaration like, "I'm so OCD".These might feel like casual slights or exclamations, but they do damage.It's possible many people are truly unconscious of these biases within themselves and unaware of the ableism couched in their own everyday language.

that a PSG & TV consultant employee sees a bad eye the arrival of Alexis Sanchez in the Marseille city is a huge surprise ... I suppose that we must see the Neymar-Mbappé relationship with a good eye Hein #SB29OM

-Mohamed Toubache-Ter (@MohamedterParis) August 14, 2022

The problem for Laure Boulleau is that her past as a former Paris Saint-Germain player, and especially her current status employed From PSG TV (the mention still appears on his bio Twitter) were immediately recalled to him, to question his objectivity when evoking the news of Olympique de Marseille.

Not objective with OM?

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"that a PSG & TV consultant employee sees a bad eye the arrival of Alexis Sanchez in the Marseille city is An immense surprise, notably commented Mohamed Toubache-Ter, former director of communication at Angers SCO. I suppose that we must see with a good eye the relationship Neymar-Mbappé eh. "

It is true that Laure Boulleau has rather minimized the little quarrel between Neymar and Kylian Mbappé , while the two men will be summoned by Paris Saint-Germain in order to have to explain.

Let us remember that Laure Boulleau is downright used from PSG, she is very (too) close to Neymar, she is a pro-Paris, fan of Mbappé and Messi, in which world could she speak in good OM, The sworn enemy of his club?

Noticing without interest, it should refrain #teamom #mercatom https://t.co/rztkfjmqg pic.twitter.com/bcb4py2y7c

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the most annoying, is that Laure Boulleau was also the victim of many sexist attacks. What had the gift of annoying Maryse Ewanje-Epée, the RMC consultant, who answered a twitto which questioned the legitimacy of the former player, simply "there to make pretty" (and that's far from be the most violent criticism suffered by Laure Boulleau).

"You would be possible to make a criticism that does not stink sexism beyond questioning the indisputable legitimacy of an international? Would you be just possible to argue without perorate? Being a sports fan does not all give Rights, "said Maryse Ewanje-Epée, herself a former high-level athlete converted to the media.

would it be possible for you to make a criticism that does not stink sexism beyond questioning the indisputable legitimacy of an international? Would you just be possible to argue without perish? Being a fan of sport does not give all the rights.

-Maryse Ewanjé-Épée (@Ewanjeepee) August 14, 2022

"I do not defend Laure Boulleau. I can clearly tell you that we can criticize without falling into sexist clichés", added Maryse Ewanje-Epée.

Beyoncé, Lizzo, and the power of language: How ableist lyrics reignited a century-old discussion .
As much as we all like to think we're careful with the words we choose, ableist language is pervasive and examples in pop culture are everywhere. You have almost certainly used some of them yourself.Ableist language frequently pops up in the slang we use, like calling something "dumb" or "lame", or making a declaration like, "I'm so OCD".These might feel like casual slights or exclamations, but they do damage.It's possible many people are truly unconscious of these biases within themselves and unaware of the ableism couched in their own everyday language.

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