World Cup: Broadcasters Told to Stop Zooming in on 'Hot Women' During Games

The Hollywood Reporter
World Cup: Broadcasters Told to Stop Zooming in on 'Hot Women' During Games
World Cup: Broadcasters Told to Stop Zooming in on 'Hot Women' During Games

Soccer governing body FIFA wants to crack down on images of attractive female fans in a bid to fight sexism. International broadcasters have been ordered to stop focusing on “hot women” fans celebrating at World Cup matches. In a bid to tackle sexism at the 2018 World Cup, soccer governing body FIFA has called on television broadcasters to avoid cutting away to attractive women celebrating in the stands of games. "We've done it with individual broadcasters. We've done it with our host broadcast services," FIFA diversity chief Federico Addiechi said. He added that FIFA was not yet being “proactive” about the policy but would “take action against things that are wrong.” The “hot female fan” trope

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