Jet's Coach Rex Ryan Under Fire For Foot Fetish...

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Jet's Coach Rex Ryan Under Fire For Foot Fetish...

KnK KnK
So apparently a video on Youtube video involving Rex Ryan and a woman who appears to be his wife engaging in foot fetishism. I myself haven't watched the video, but I saw on the evening news that he's been receiving a lot of flack for the video.

Surprisingly, when I looked it up, ABC News had an article that seemed to be in his favor. You can read the article here: link
12/27/2010
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LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
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Originally posted by KnK
So apparently a video on Youtube video involving Rex Ryan and a woman who appears to be his wife engaging in foot fetishism. I myself haven't watched the video, but I saw on the evening news that he's been receiving a lot of flack for the ...
SexIs actually posted a story about this last week.

Honestly, I think it's a shame that privacy for anybody who does anything the media considers outside the norm, has vanished. Your sex life should be your own business, unless you choose to publicize it.
12/27/2010
PussyGalore PussyGalore
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Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
SexIs actually posted a story about this last week.

Honestly, I think it's a shame that privacy for anybody who does anything the media considers outside the norm, has vanished. Your sex life should be your own business, unless you choose ...
He did choose to publicize it, by putting it on a fetish site. These days, what you put on the internet is the equivalent of shouting it from the rooftops.
12/27/2010
Mr. E Mr. E
"Your sex life should be your own business, unless you choose to publicize it."

I agree! If he is not harming anyone, they should respect his privacy and leave him alone. Just what does this have to do with his ability to coach?
12/27/2010
LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
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Originally posted by PussyGalore
He did choose to publicize it, by putting it on a fetish site. These days, what you put on the internet is the equivalent of shouting it from the rooftops.
But why was his video and not the thousands of others no doubt on that site, brought into the news? You don't see the media standing outside the houses of the rest of those people asking them about their foot fetish.

Yes, of course, it wasn't a wise decision to put the video up on the fetish site, it was risky, if he wished to have it remain private. But that, in no way, makes it ok for the media to ask him about it and report on it like it's news.
12/27/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
My thoughts are:

If he wants his vids on a site, then that is fine. If a celeb wants to pos any kind of content, as long as it is legal, than that celeb or regular person should be free to do so. I hope they think things through though.

I do not think that a persons status should determine what hey ca post. I do not know about gov. postions though. thats sticky.
12/27/2010
PussyGalore PussyGalore
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Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
But why was his video and not the thousands of others no doubt on that site, brought into the news? You don't see the media standing outside the houses of the rest of those people asking them about their foot fetish.

Yes, of course, it ...
Without the use of IP address logging, there would be no way to identify the participants of other videos. He's famous. While I agree that private matters should be left private, if you go around posting sexual things on the internet someone somewhere that you know is bound to see them.

Now the players know coach has a foot fetish...could be damaging if he can't maintain his respect. That's a billion dollar industry he's fooling around in, not a private corporation where you can hide behind a cubicle wall and a entry-level title.

If you don't want people to see it, don't post it.
12/27/2010
PussyGalore PussyGalore
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Originally posted by Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
My thoughts are:

If he wants his vids on a site, then that is fine. If a celeb wants to pos any kind of content, as long as it is legal, than that celeb or regular person should be free to do so. I hope they think things through ...
The NFL has conduct protocol. Of course, players blow it off all the time. Think it's a bit different when it comes to the coaches though.
12/27/2010
PussyGalore PussyGalore
Sorry to keep hijacking this thread...I just feel the need to explain myself.

When it comes to posting things of a sexual nature on the internet one should be willing to deal with the consequences should someone stumble upon their particular production.

This is the main reason I backed out of becoming a web cam girl. The ability to record in an instant and post in literally thousands of various forums for any and all to see, there's no way I could guarantee that my family wouldn't see it. I didn't want to deal with answering those questions, so I choose to post things in a manner that keep me anonymous to the utmost degree while allowing me to have fun at the same time.

To me, the media or rags getting a hold of this and running with the story is no different than my family seeing it and telling other family members about what I've been up to. It will eventually die down and he'll get razzed about it in the locker room on occasion and in five years no one will care.

When you step into a leadership role of this nature you have to answer to the people you lead. If you can't or don't, there will be a loss of respect. It's really just that simple. And there's also a chance of hypocrisy too. He's telling his players to keep their noses clean and their asses out of the media unless it's because they're talking about the amazing throw, catch, sack, return kick that happened. And here he is posting this...eh, it's a double-edged sword.
12/27/2010
Not here Not here
I certainly don't find it strange that he has a foot fetish, (my boyfriend has one and I love it!) but I do understand why he's being scrutinized. As a public figure, you have no privacy as it is. And, anyone who posts anything on the internet runs the risk of being "discovered," if you will. If he wanted to keep his fetish a secret, he shouldn't have posted videos online. It will blow over just like every other sex scandal- hell, maybe it will even make foot fetishism a bit more main stream.
12/27/2010
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
You know, he's a coach. He's not blowing up the box offices, he's not some recording all-star. He's just a football coach; he deserves more privacy than a reality TV star, because his living is not made pandering to the media.

In that same respect, he really should have been more responsible with where he posted personal videos if he did not want them made public.
12/27/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
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Originally posted by PussyGalore
The NFL has conduct protocol. Of course, players blow it off all the time. Think it's a bit different when it comes to the coaches though.
Ah yeah the one that has its punishments change depending on who is involvd in the conduct? and the one tha punishes its employees without evidence yet lets Brett Farve get away with whateer he has done even though they have evidence?

Yup. Good ol' NFL, but this is typical of most sport league.
12/27/2010
PussyGalore PussyGalore
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Originally posted by Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
Ah yeah the one that has its punishments change depending on who is involvd in the conduct? and the one tha punishes its employees without evidence yet lets Brett Farve get away with whateer he has done even though they have evidence?

Yup. ...
Absolutely! It's all completely silly if you think about it. The teams know they can't play without their stars no matter what they do.
12/27/2010
LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
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Originally posted by Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
Ah yeah the one that has its punishments change depending on who is involvd in the conduct? and the one tha punishes its employees without evidence yet lets Brett Farve get away with whateer he has done even though they have evidence?

Yup. ...
What exactly did Brett Farve do? It's my understanding the whole thing is still under investigation. Anybody can say something has happened and claim to have evidence, but generally, one has to be found guilty of something before actual punishment is handed out.
12/28/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
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Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
What exactly did Brett Farve do? It's my understanding the whole thing is still under investigation. Anybody can say something has happened and claim to have evidence, but generally, one has to be found guilty of something before actual ...
If I remember correctly, they had evidence. They had a back ad forth between Jen Sterger and theNFL, one week she was going to help the investigators, one week she is not. Then again the NFL isn't going to publish all its findings, right or wrong, they probably will not do it.

But yeah USUAlLY someone has to be found guilty inorder to have punishment handed down, except in the case of Ben Rothelisburgher. Whether someone thinks he is guilty or not, he was not tried or found guilty, but he was punished.

The NFL isn't the only league to do this kind of stuff. Th NHL is famous for letting star players off the hook, whether it be on th ice or off the ice stuff.
12/28/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
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Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
What exactly did Brett Farve do? It's my understanding the whole thing is still under investigation. Anybody can say something has happened and claim to have evidence, but generally, one has to be found guilty of something before actual ...
I just found out that Brett Farve was fined $50,000 for failiure to cooperate.

So maybe it si a punishment, but eh... Its not really consistant, but its something.
12/29/2010
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