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The game is changing, baby: Chris Gayle and sexism in cricket - The Conversation AU

If you were hoping to turn to the innocuous TV spectacle of cricket's Big Bash League for some light relief from the politics of gender, Melbourne Renegades player Chris Gayle just spoiled the party. Instead of spouting a few sporting platitudes in a ...and more »

Flirting with confected outrage fails to impress women - The Australian

What a joke. West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle laughingly makes a pass on national television during an interview with Network Ten reporter Mel McLaughlin. Illustration: Eric Lobbecke. Predictably, commentators line up to condemn the man's offensive ...and more »

Former Australia batsman Chris Rogers admits he's 'not a fan' of Chris Gayle after his attempts to flirt with presenter -

By Telegraph Sport, video source APTN. 1:30PM GMT 05 Jan 2016. Chris Gayle is coming under attack from all corners following his attempt to flirt with a female presenter on live TV. Former Australia batsman Chris Rogers has admitted that he is "not a ...and more »

Chris Gayle cricket sexism row: reporter says 'we want equality' - The Guardian

Cricketer sparks national debate in Australia after ignoring Mel McLaughlin's post-match questions, instead asking her out and saying: 'Don't blush, baby'. Esther Addley. Tue 5 Jan 2016 14.04 EST Last modified on Tue 28 Nov 2017 23.47 EST. Share on ...and more »

Chris Gayle criticised after asking presenter Mel McLaughlin for a drink on live TV and saying 'Don't blush, baby' - The Independent

Cricket player Chris Gayle has drawn criticism after asking a female reporter for a drink before telling her "don't blush baby" during a live interview, although some have defended the West Indian's advances. Gayle had just been dismissed whilst ...and more »

A cricket star is in trouble after harassing a journalist on camera - Business Insider

In an interview with Network Ten journalist Mel McLaughlin, Melbourne Renegades cricket star Chris Gayle flirted with his interviewer. After she complimented him on the game, he answered "I wanted to be interviewed by you as well. That's the reason why ...and more »

Chris Gayle accused of 'exposing himself' to woman -

West Indian cricketer Chris Gayle, who on Tuesday apologised and was fined for inappropriate remarks he made to a female TV interviewer, is now facing accusations he exposed himself to another woman. The big-hitting left-hander received an angry ...and more »

Cricketer Chris Gayle Doesn't Appear Particularly Sorry for His Sexist Behavior - TIME

The top international cricketer who propositioned a reporter during a live TV interview may have apologized, but that did not stop him from appearing to mock the $7,200 fine he received for his sexist comments. “Pockets are empty,” Jamaican-born sports ...and more »

Watch a Top Cricketer Make Things Awkward by Propositioning a Presenter on Live TV - TIME

Jamaican-born international cricket player Chris Gayle has been fined $7,200 for asking a sports reporter out on a date during an interview on live television. The incident took place during an Australian league match Monday, the Australian ...and more »

Chris Gayle says asking Mel McLaughlin out for drink during interview was a 'simple joke' blown 'out of proportion' - The Independent

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has claimed his controversial remarks to a female TV reporter during a pitch-side interview was a “simple joke” that had been blown “out of proportion”. Gayle asked Channel 10 journalist Mel McLaughlin out for a drink ...and more »