Alex Morgan continues to dominate the soccer universe, and despite a number of other worthy soccer stories that could be featured today, none are quite as spectacular as the teaser image of Morgan in bodypaint for the upcoming Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
Could Brittney Griner be the first female to make an NBA roster?
The suggestion of her making it to the ‘Association’ has been asked before, but the topic deserves a refresh.
Lockout. The Colts. Sandusky. BCS. Stevie Williams. Leinart.
With so many disappointing and/or despicable stories currently making headlines in the sports world, it’s a pretty tough time to be a sports fan. Unless you’re a cheese bra-wearing Packers fan enjoying a 9-0 season or a grass-munching super coach, chances are that your sports world is not all touchdowns and daffodils.
Which is why I’ve decided to take a few minutes to brighten up every sports fan’s day with a little bit of Love on this Tuesday afternoon.
We’ve been writing about fantasy football and the NFL here a lot recently…a lot. And frankly, I need a little break to get recharged for Week 3. I could think of no better way to accomplish this than by dusting off an old post type we haven’t done in a while: the photo gallery face off.
Instead of just featuring two lovely ladies in this edition of the face off, I’m going with three. Why? Because it seems to me that there have been three young women who have burst into superstardom over the past year or so, who I never really hear anyone say anything negative about — which is rare in this day and age of web-anonymous negativity.
But I cannot decide whose star is shining the brightest. I’m sure you all can help me.
The three women in question are Mila Kunis, Alison Brie, and Emma Stone. Below you will find a poll, a quick recap of their recent accomplishments, and a handful of my favorite pictures of each. Have at it, and don’t forget to cast your vote! (And comment with your reasoning should you so desire.)
As you know, we recently launched our Today’s Best series, which features a photo of an attractive woman at the beginning of every post. Someone whose opinion I respect greatly told me she thought it objectified women and did not reflect favorably on me as a person and a blogger.
As I said, I respect her opinion, so I changed the title of the section from the flippant “Eye Candy” to the more respectful “Today’s Best Beauty”, and I plan to always include only tasteful photos in that section. That seems like a reasonable compromise to me.
Plus, what I don’t she realizes is that the very first image ever published on the Worldwide Web “objectified” women.