UPDATE: This link was offered by a commenter and clears up the question of whether or not men are allowed into the locker rooms of women. The article specifically states that the WNBA does allow such access—at designated times. While the information does slightly alter my opinion of the matter, it does not change the fact that “women in men’s locker rooms” is something that will always be debated. That said, in the interest of full-disclosure, the article below has not been altered in any way.
Lance Briggs, a professional football player for the Chicago Bears, has recently come under fire for some comments he made regarding the issue of female reporters conducting post-game interviews in male locker rooms. Said Briggs:
“I don’t think women should be allowed in the locker room…A lot of times I’m asking the media to wait until I’m dressed” (Grizzly Detail, 9/16/10)