FEARLESS: Reporter explains why she walked away from sports media

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Matt Walsh’s “What Is A Woman” sparked conversations across the nation this week, and the timing could not have been better. In the wake of a Pride event held in Dallas over the weekend where kids were participating in a hypersexualized drag show, The issue of LGBTQ issues was at the fore in the minds of many.

As a reporter and host, Jill Savage couldn’t ever say what she believed in the sports media world she sought. “I knew that if I came out and said the things that I feel are right, I wouldn’t have a job.” she explained to Jason Whitlock in Monday’s episode of “Fearless.”

Many Americans are all too familiar with Jill’s dilemma, “For me,” she began, “without a doubt, a job in corporate media is off the table.” Jill said that she loves college football more than anything but could not allow herself to sit around talking about college football while our world is burning around us.”

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