All Photos: Nike
From Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's performance to Selma Blair's emotional moment on the red carpet, the 201
The term "Dream Crazier" is an undeniable approach to the negative adjectives that are so often used to describe women athletes – especially the word "crazy". 19659004]
"When we show emotion, we are called dramatic," says Williams in a voiceover. "When we want to play against men, we're crazy, and when we dream of equal opportunities, we're delusions." "If we stand for something, we'll be disappointed." If we're too good, something's wrong with us. And when we get angry, we're hysterical, irrational or just crazy. "
What's really crazy is the unbelievable thing female athletes have achieved, Williams continues – whether a marathon, boxing or dunking takes place, competing in a hijab or" 23 To win grand slams, have a baby and then come back ". (See also: Serena Williams & maternity leave makes a big difference in women's tennis tournaments.)
"So if they want to call you crazy, fine," she continues. "Show them what crazy things can do."
 It's no secret that Williams was exposed to gender criticism throughout her career. A typical example: when she got into serious trouble because she had lost him during a game with a referee, her outbreak cost fines of $ 17,000 if female tennis players were often men to get away with a similar behavior with impunity French tennis association Catsuits from the court after Williams had worn one during a game. He said that her Wakanda-inspired outfit had gone too far and that she was "the one." game and the place. In other words, Nike would not have been able to choose a better narrator and leader for this message. (PS This is not the first time that Williams was on a display for female proficiency.) She recently urged women to join her force to join in Since the broadcast last night, Nike's ad has already made more than 4 million views on YouTube and is the perfect reminder of what dreaming Crazy Look at the full powerful video below and try not to be determined: