By coming out on the court, NBA player Jason Collins challenges what straight guys consider a 'man.'
The media coverage of gay athletes coming out in professional sports has been happening for years, so why do we suddenly care about Jason Collins? An expert says it's because straight men with are threatened by him.
Rebounds are great in basketball, but when it comes to love, it's an entirely different ball game.
In basketball, a rebound is a successful act of a team gaining control of the ball after a missed shot. However, in dating, a rebound can often be an unsuccessful attempt to date someone who recently came out of a relationship. If you are dating someone on the rebound, it's important to have a clear understanding of where they are emotionally before fully committing yourself. Although some rebound relationships turn into lifelong loves, it's best to look at the big picture before planning your happily ever after.
So, you don't know that much about why he loves March Madness—no worries. Here's how to deal.
There is this stereotypical perception out there that women are total nags when their guys are trying to watch the big game. She's asking what color paint swatch would look best on the dining room walls, prodding him about where he left the vacuum, insisting that he kill that massive spider, basically doing everything but letting him watch the game...
A female sports nut wonders why a perfect March Madness bracket doesn't translate to dating success.
My female friends always think my mad love of sports will consistently win the hearts of guys the world over. For some reason, they believe this is the magical key that will make men utter, "Marry me" on the first date. Ha. They're always in for a surprise when I tell them negative reactions usually ensue.
When you're watching basketball 'round the clock, you want a woman who can relate.
If you know Anthony Davis is No. 1-seed Kentucky's freshman phenom or that you should never count Tom Izzo's Spartans or Coach K's Blue Devils out, this is for you. Reasons guys should date ladies who love sports. (But we can still send it out to dudes en masse as a reminder...)
Plus, seven questions to ask before you talk commitment.
It's less than a week to the world's greatest and most romantic holiday: St. Patrick's Day. The beer is green, the corned beef is hashed and the eyes are smiling. Ahhh, thanks for chasing out all them snakes, Pat. Not to mention... It's time to make your March Madness bracket, or ignore your guy for doing so.
Has Linsanity taken hold of your man's senses... and loins?
As a resident of New York City and a fan of professional athletics, I'm duty-bound to somehow comment on the "Linsanity" currently taking place with the New York Knickerbockers. Jeremy Lin, a Harvard graduate, has begun starting for the Knicks and taken the hearts of New Yorkers. But there have been some "racist" bumps along the way. Is having an Asian fetish racist? Here's how to tell if a guy has one
We know it's not going to be Kim Kardashian. But maybe Katy Perry? Pippa Middleton? Taylor Swift?
Appearing Monday on Good Morning America, Jeremy Lin shot down rumors that he was set to go on a date with Kim Kardashian, saying he doesn't think the reality-TV star is his "type." But there are plenty of other single celebrities who might interest the 23-year-old Knicks phenom and Harvard graduate.