This one seems much less mean-spirited than the others… but come on, dude. It's 2016!
We haven't even made it through a full week of 2016 Summer Olympics coverage, and yet we've already had as many scandals as there have been days.
That's because following social blunders from NBC involving Simone Biles' adoption and Katinka Hosszú's world-record swim, we've had yet ANOTHER instance of male sports analysts inappropriately reacting to female athletes.
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The latest case occurred Tuesday afternoon when Brazilian beach volleyball players Larissa França and Talita Antunes defeated Americans Lauren Fendrick and Brooke Sweat during pool play.
After completely shutting out her opponents, Larissa naturally wanted to celebrate with her loved ones — including her wife Liliane Maestrini who was sitting in the Rio de Janeiro stands.
However, when NBC News commentator Chris Marlowe tried to describe the scene to viewers, he accidentally referred to Lili
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