Thanks for all of your answers! I think that female reporters need the same access to be able to compete with male reporters. That said, maybe the time and place access is granted needs to change. I think it is fine to say that everyone should remain professional, but it may be unreasonable to expect it. You're talking about players whose profession requires them to tap into their baser instincts to be successful, it requires them to be anything but gentlemen, and then we say, "Be professional in the locker room!" The NFL can say it all they want, but it won't change the reality of the situation. In the Jets situation, these were guys who weren't even up for a game; they were at a Saturday practice and they still behaved like a bunch of teenage boys.
Finally, before you can begin to ask players to behave professionally, there has to be some expected standard of professionalism for the reporters. Before i draw the ire of women here, no i don't believe the fact that Ines Sainz was dressed to go clubbing justifies the behavior of the Jets, but some measure of personal responsibility must be ascribed to Ines, all the same.