“Why don’t you smile more?!” is one of the most-infuriating questions a creep can ask a lady — and Serena Williams was having NONE of it at a press conference this week when she spilled the truth serum all over the interview panel. Don’t hold back, hon!
Follow this simple flow chart to find out if you’ve got that Leo DiCaprio bawdy-awdy-awdy, or happen to be without!
Suddenly, we have an interest in rugby!
“Offended? Please. I think it’s hilarious,” Mason said. “I hope he doesn’t [get charged for the incident] because me and Korbin are really good mates and I think it was unlucky because of the timing of it all.
“I knew what he was doing. I was talking to him as he was doing it. I didn’t even flinch.” The two were team-mates at Newcastle from 2012-14 and Mason, 35, described it as a bit of fun between two mates.
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— SHAQ (@SHAQ) May 7, 2015
Shaq was straight trippin’ during TNT’s “Inside the NBA” halftime show during Game 2 between the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Clippers this week. The 7 foot tall retired basketball player hit the floor to the surprise of the hosts. Check it out above!
These lip readings are so spot on, they could have fooled us.
“Don’t call me a female boxer. I’m a boxer.”
Everlast has released a powerful new ad which takes on the need for an equal playing field when it comes to gender in sports. A bit about the commercial from director Claire Edmonson via The Huffington Post:
“There seems to be a trend happening where women’s career titles are constantly being genderized. For instance, I’m constantly referred to as a ‘female director’ instead of a ‘director’ and I wanted to address that. I also wanted to make something positive for young girls to see.”
Edmondson explained the message she wants these girls to take away from the video.
“I’m hoping that they feel encouraged to stick with whatever they are doing, even if it feels a little hopeless at time and for them to know they do matter.”
Check out the clip below!
Out LA Galaxy soccer player Robbie Rogers talks to GQ about experiencing his first time with a guy at the ripe (and tender?) age of 25 after coming out.
“My first time with a guy was actually not until I was 25, after I came out,” 27-year-old Rogers explains.
“I mean, can you imagine dating and hooking up with a guy after 25 years?” Rogers asks. “I’m sure that he was like: What is going on?!”
“I think I’ve gotten a little bit better at doing all that stuff,” Rogers says. “So hopefully those embarrassing moments are over.”
Aside from Robbie‘s personal life and his apparent good looks, he seems to be a strong role model and anti-stereotype for gay young people today. It’s important for people of all walks and occupations to come out and proudly stand by who they are!