And that's because what happened in response to the comment was nothing. No one replied to suggest the language was inappropriate or upbraid the player. Instead, one player at the Jesuit university quietly took a screenshot of the conversation and sent it to a former student manager, who is black. In recent weeks, that screenshot has triggered an official complaint to the university, followed by an investigation, calls for the team to be barred from postseason play and, last week, allegations of retaliation against the student manager.
'My body, my right': 2 Kerala women post bare-chested pics on FB, kick off row
Meet the woman whose thighs crush watermelons like they’re nothing
At least two women have posted bare chested pictures on Facebook in recent weeks — and both of their photos were taken down by the social media platform. The idea for the campaign was floated by a woman named Arathy. One photo showed Rehana holding two watermelons in front of her breasts. The other showed her bare chested, hiding her face with a melon. I shared the images to assert that my body is my right, and no one can dictate what is right and wrong.