A picture of Tayla Harris, who plays australian rules football, got in the past week tremendously with the attention.
It is because she, after a kick had the legs in such a position that it became a viral hit and attracted a sea of unpleasantness from the internet klammere part.
Harris has since gained even more moral support from near and far. Mikaela Shiffrin is among the most influential persons who have taken a position.
Not surprisingly, the u.s. skistjerne completely in line with Tayla Harris, who, on his Instagram profile, under the picture wrote that
-My lårmuskel is okay, but it is condescending and sexist comments are not.
This picture got a lot of sexist comments along the way. Photo: Michael Willson/AFL Media
In an interview with CNN Sports says the 24-year-old american skidronning, that she herself has had to face a lot of sexist comments - but that she has taught herself to ignore them.
- Something I value very highly, is freedom of expression in all its forms.
- Their troll-like hater-comments are a bummer, they hurt. It goes to the heart of you, but at the same time it's also like, 'okay, they have the right to say it, and I will have to be ok with it.'
- It does not mean that it does not hurt, but say what you will, and then I'll just continue to look forward.
It is now not safe, that Tayla Harris has use of the council - or, indeed, she has very quickly taken it.
In each case, Carlton-the players raffled off a pair of signed football boot to it, doing the best imitation of her kick.
And she has actually already found a winner:
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Hard to go past this awesome effort by @mj_182 to win the #TAYLAKICKCHALLENGE some @nike boots coming your way MJ swipe across to see some gallant efforts, from all around the world! Don't stop now - keep posting your kicks
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