Ines Sainz, the female sports reporter who was allegedly harassed in the New York Jets locker room earlier in September, slammed the Association for Women in Sports Media in a column titled "My September 11th in New York."
In her Saturday column for El Universal, Sainz criticized the AWSM and said she was "shaken by what happened."
"Today I wonder why a well respected association such as the AWSM, within its right to inform about any violations of work conditions for its members, acted so impulsively," Sainz wrote.
Sainz also said she was unhappy with the way the media covered the incident and believes that it set back the women's rights movement by "at least 50 years."
On the other hand, the Azteca TV reporter is happy with how the NFL handled matters.
Commissioner Roger Goodell said on Saturday that the league will implement a training program for all 32 teams on proper conduct in the workplace.
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