Have you noticed how often those short skirts and dresses on the female Fox News hosts hike up? Do you think it's just a coincidence how often that happens?
If you're wearing a short dress or a short skirt and you cross your legs, it's almost guaranteed to ride up.
I've collected some screen grabs of Outnumbered, which has four female cohosts, over the last several months. Check out how all the ladies seem to have their legs crossed at all times, thus exposing more thigh.
In the screen grab below, Meghan McCain, second from the right, in a red dress, is the exception to the rule. Her dress is long and she has her legs crossed demurely at the ankle. The wreaths on the window show that this screen grab came from a show around Christmas.
But in this grab, from January, 2016, Ms. McCain has now gotten right with the program.
It's not just Outnumbered.
Do you think someone tells these women to wear short skirts and cross their legs? Or do they just all think the same way?
I report, you decide.
“Suzanne Scott, previously executive vice president of programming and development (a position in which she seemed to many at Fox News more focused on wardrobe, hair and female personalities’ bare legs than on creative and strategic matters), was promoted Monday to president of Fox News’ profit-driving opinion programming (both the prime-time shows and Fox & Friends). It’s a role that Shine had filled before being named co-president last August.
It is not just Fox News that I am seeing woman dressing inappropriately and immodest by wearing tight, sleeveless, cleavage baring skirts/dress, and stiletto sky high heels, but I am also seeing it other major tv stations including weather and sports stations as well. If I want to watch women dress like that, I would rather go out to a nightclub or gentleman’s club than watch the news. There is no doubt in my mind that the network and station execs, producers and stylists are telling women to dress sexy, even in the middle of winter, and right beside their male co-hosts, who continue to dress businesslike in their suits and ties. This is a huge setback for women who came a long way to make it this far in the news industry only to be told to dress in a provocative manner in a desperate attempt to boost ratings for the network, and we all know that target audience for those ratings is the male audience.
The news industry is supposed to be a serious business. But sadly with competition and ratings between the major and cable TV networks, it has turned into a form of entertainment, and seeing women dress provocatively on the air is one example of that.