I saw this on a Timbers page:
"But lately, I've been feeling more and more cast out about being a woman who follows MLS. The latest incident came Monday, when Simon Borg, who is a writer and editor on the league website and co-hosts two podcasts, said on Extra Time Radio... that women who were super-fans (to be distinguished from "casual fans") were not appealing to potential male partners. He also said that women as casual fans was great, as they could go to games with their male partners, but to be fanatically interested in the sport was kind of a turn-off.". -Alicia Ratterree about the mysoginistic attitudes on display in official MLS media.
I'm torn. On the one hand, I dislike being judged as to what I should and shouldnt be a fan of due to my gender. On the other hand, yay, I can go dance in the Army section and not have to worry about attracting idiots. I'm perfectly fine not with not fending off advances - I'm watching a game here. It's not all about the sex, please grow up (and pass me that "No Pity" scarf!).