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Los Angeles Times Adjusts Column After Complaint By LSU Women’s Coach

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A Los Angeles Times column criticized as “sexist” by LSU women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey was changed online by the newspaper early this morning because it “did not meet Times editorial standards.” LSU beat UCLA 78-69 on Saturday to advance in the Women’s NCAA tournament.

Before the game, columnist Ben Bolch wrote that the Lady Tigers were “dirty debutantes” and called them “villains,” while calling the Bruins “milk and cookies.” He called the matchup “good versus evil.” Bolch’s column was updated at 12:55 a.m.

ET, with an update notice inserted at 1:10 a.m. All of the phrases were removed, though the headline still refers to “villains.” “The one thing I’m not going to let you do, I’m not going to let you attack young people, and there were some things in this commentary, guys, that you should be offended by as women.

It was so sexist, and they don’t even know it,” Mulkey said Saturday. “It was good versus evil in that game today. Evil? Called us dirty debutantes?

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