Everyone (including Towleroad, it seems) is a bit obsessed with David Beckham. Yesterday, an auction of 14 artworks inspired by the football star sold for over $110,000 to benefit the National Deaf … [Read more...] about Beckham-Mania Continues
A college football game is a smorgasbord of testosterone-filled treats. Lines of RVs with tailgate parties, thousands of college boys stinking drunk, pick-up trucks, and draft beer. I went to a game … [Read more...] about Playing with Bears
Metrosexuals are so last Spring. This summer the latest trend out of Athens suggest that Aquasexuals are quickly making a name for themselves in pools around the world. What is an Aquasexual? >> … [Read more...] about The New Breed of Straight: The Aquasexual
These are the crotches that were too hot for NBC. Shocking, eh? Camera shots that quickly cut in close assured that broadcast viewers only saw the upper torsos of these men made up as kouros figures … [Read more...] about Uh, Wardrobe Malfunction!
If you still need to be convinced that the world of sports does not provide a comfortable atmosphere for gays and lesbians, consider the fact that there are only five — that's "5" — athletes out of … [Read more...] about Friday Sports Wire
Australian gay magazine DNA has been swept up in a scandal down in Melbourne for some erotic photos of men in sports gear taken at the oldest secondary school in the state of Victoria, alma mater to … [Read more...] about Locker Room Shenanigans
It seems to be a problem for "liberals" in this era to stand up for their beliefs in the face of commerce (thank you Michael Moore), and I'm just assuming that Ms. Starr is a liberal based on my … [Read more...] about Is Olympic Swimmer Ian Thorpe a Label Queen?
It's been a while since the French Rugby calendar hoopla so imagine my surprise at getting an email from a reader (thanks, Bryan) pointing me to the personal site of my favorite guy on the whole team: … [Read more...] about The Glory of Frederic Michalak
Well, Bill Tilden for one. He practically invented the modern game of tennis in the early half of the 20th century. Here's a brief but absorbing article about him by Patricia Nell Warren. … [Read more...] about Can Somebody Find the Balls?
For jailed hockey player Mike Danton, all signs point to a life in the closet. … [Read more...] about