Major League Baseball players can no longer force their younger peers to wear girl’s clothes in old and tired hazing rituals.
It’s part of the new collective bargaining agreement.
Many Neanderthals in the game are out barking about “P.C. society” and your other typical entitled trash that gets spewed out when common sense prevails over discrimination.
Here’s the thing: if millionaire players can’t come up with better rookie initiation than having them dress like Hooters waitresses going through airport security or having to fetch water and food in a skimpy outfit – that’s their problem, not MLB or the Players Association.
Who aren’t being heard are the players who weren’t comfortable with it. The players who will quietly cheer the move to get rid of these types of outdated traditions.
And of all the things to get upset about – players are actually getting angry over not being able to haze players by dressing them up like girls?
They aren’t even banning hazing – the players just have to get more creative and get with the times.