Manliness in Sports

Here, you’ll find all our posts on masculinity in the world of sports and/or the professional, college and amateur athletes, coaches, etc. doing the “manly” things that get our attention.

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A Call To Men’s Ray Rice fumble and recovery

in: Featured& Sports

Last Monday while getting ready for work, I turned on ESPN only to be greeted by this shock inducing report: Wait, what? A Call To Men publicly advocating for Ray Rice to get a second chance in the NFL? You best believe I was wide awake after that bit of news! I guess I should back [...]

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Come on NFL, where’s that “NO MORE” spirit we were promised?

in: Sports

Okay, this is getting ridiculous now. Is it just me or is my blog turning into some sort of weekly NFL abuse blotter? This off-season, the first of the NFL's NO MORE era, it seems like hardly a week can go by without some new assault or abuse related issue bursting forth like a squeezed pimple among [...]

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The NFL clearly needs a lesson in accountability

in: Sports

Oh NFL, when will you ever learn? You've once again received a face full of egg, this time thanks to the idiocy of your very own Chicago Bears and their now former defensive end Ray McDonald. McDonald, for those who don't know, was arrested over the weekend for domestic violence and child endangerment. Troubling news [...]

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The Sports World’s Anti-Woman Week

in: Sports

There are times when the wide world of sports can fill our hearts with joy and awe us with the human potential for greatness. When an athlete or sports organization does something amazing, or uses the power of their platform to create change and restore our faith in humanity. Then there are the other times. [...]

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Thursday night, we’ll learn if the NFL’s “NO MORE” campaign is real or just more empty promises

in: Sports

On Thursday, April 30th, the NFL will face the first true test of allegiance to its "NO MORE" anti-sexual assault and domestic violence campaign. It'll be a quick test, lasting no more than ten minutes and it begins once the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, holders of the first pick in this year's draft, are on the clock. [...]

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