Sure, us motorcyclists are still out riding, having fun and flattening the usual number of low-flying locusts on our face shields. But since when does a hooligan stunt show need to feature a disquieting and provocative physical interaction between rider and passenger? And with unisex protective gear blurring clearly defined traditional gender lines, there's even more to worry about. If that's a woman, shouldn't she at least be wearing a leather bustier and Kevlar thigh-high stockings? It's scary enough to defy gravity, but let's please not rattle our comfortable gender stereotypes, so carefully crafted over thousands of generations!