Earlier this week, former NFL head coach Tony Dungy made headlines when he decided to respond to a statement by Rep. Sandra Fist, who argued that menstrual products should be available in all school bathrooms. needed.
“There are a lot of schools that are moving toward gender-neutral bathrooms, and if we add ‘female,’ we can become obsolete very quickly,” Feist said. “Second, not all menstruating students are female. We need to make sure all students have access to these products. There are clearly fewer non-female menstruating students and therefore there will be little use . In fact its cost was calculated. It.”
Dungy, who has been outspoken against most LGBTQ movements in the past, responded. “that’s nothing,” Dungi wrote on Twitter, “Some school districts are placing litter boxes in school bathrooms for students who identify as cats. It is very important to meet the needs of every student.”
Dungy proceeded to delete the tweet, but screenshots were captured and his comments quickly went viral on social media.
Despite the controversial nature of his remarks, he will still be on NBC’s football coverage this weekend.
according to a report by Sports IllustratedDungi will be on air today.
A network spokesman confirmed that NBC’s Tony Dungy would air on Saturday for the network’s coverage of the NFL playoffs. Sports IllustratedJimmy Train.
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