— Robert Enright (@roberteno1) November 12, 2016
— The Establishment (@ESTBLSHMNT) November 7, 2016
— Trenni Kusnierek (@trenni) November 7, 2016
— Tammy Schiff (@bvrcreek) November 5, 2016
I saw a woman in the airport whom I thought was attractive. Thus I am no longer fit for the Ivy League.#HarvardSoccer
— Barry Gadbois (@BarryGadbois) November 5, 2016
Guess what human beings do, observe and make judgments about people they're sexually attracted to. That's life. #HarvardSoccer
— Barry Gadbois (@BarryGadbois) November 4, 2016
Recently, the Harvard Men’s soccer team has been targeted for their sexist actions against the women’s soccer team. It was shown that they ranked the women on their physical looks. With these allegations, the team has cancelled the rest of their season.
The first four tweets here call this incident a disgrace, they support the decision to cancel the season. The last two support the idea that the men can do this, that it’s simply a part of life. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, however I find it hard to believe people do support what these men have done.