by Gregg DeMammos for 21st Century Man http://www.21cman.com Defending someone or something you love is powerful, but we look to comment on Gisele being outspoken like something else is more important, like the accuracy of her statement or her opinion creating some sort of scandal.
While losing the Super Bowl (for the second time to the Giants) last night may have been one of the worst feelings in Patriot's Quarterback Tom Brady's career, he still has a loving family to go home to. His supportive wife, Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen, was there after the game to console her hubby after his team's loss.
Super Bowl or sex? Seems like a no-brainer to most men, especially once this Sunday rolls around. But a recent survey by Wet personal lubricants found that more than 90% of participants would rather miss the biggest game of them all than abstain from sex for a month.
Super Bowl Sunday doesn't have to drive a wedge between family members. In fact, it's actually a great opportunity to bring your family unit closer together and maybe even create a spark in your relationship.
The Super Bowl is this Sunday, and you don't have to be a football fan to appreciate the hot man candy hitting the field from the Patriots and the Giants. Sure, the players look good in their uniforms, but many of these muscle-bound men also look hot when they're donning their finest for a night out.
Mark Sanchez, quarterback for the New York Jets may have more to be thankful for this holiday season then his blooming football career. Set to play the New York Giants this Christmas Eve, we are eager to see if we will spot quarterback's new love interest in the stands.
It warms my heart that after having their engagement unceremoniously broken off by Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, and suffering the humiliation of an ill-timed wedding photo shoot, Kristin Cavallari is doing so well.
I'd venture a guess that most women like chivalry. We want a man who shows commitment. We like solid, traditional values; a guy we could bring home to mom and dad with the sure-fire belief that they would just adore him. All these things give us a sense of stability, knowing we'd be taken care of and have a shoulder to lean on whenever we're forced to soldier through hard times. These days, being old-fashioned is actually refreshing. Tim embodies these ideas, thus there's a large group of women who are attracted to him.
Fearing football season could turn your relationship into pigskin? We've explained the psycho-social reasons that guys are so obsessed with football, and we've even shed light on the fantasy football obsession. Now our resident male offers insights on what women can do to stay in love through Super Bowl Sunday and beyond.
Our series on guys and football kicked off this week with insights that our resident guy's guy, Tomfoolery, provided the women in our office. See, we were starting to think that NFL stood for "No Freaking Love" and that for the next five months in our lives, we'd never see our significant others during weekend daylight hours. Tomfoolery schooled us on the important psychosocial role football plays in guys' lives.
Football season: five months out of every year during which most heterosexual males would rather look at men in tight pants than at women in tight pants. The women at YourTango knew we weren't the only ones whose relationships are affected by our significant others' relationships with football, and so we took our questions and frustrations about football to our resident male mastermind, Tom Miller.
For those casual football fans (women or men!) who've not been following the NFL all season but still love to watch the Super Bowl, here's a cheat sheet with a rundown of relevant details you'll need to be in-the-know on Sunday. Check out the Superbowl this Sunday, 6:30pm EST on Fox as the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Green Bay Packers.
According to NYDailyNews.com, Fox sportscaster Troy Aikman and his wife, Rhonda, are calling it quits after 10 years of marriage. The former Dallas Cowboys' quarterback has certaintly chosen an oddly busy time to make such an announcement, just days before the Super Bowl, especially since Troy appears to want to keep the details of his upcoming divorce as private as possible.
Do you enjoy the things your spouse does? You don't have to like them all, but pick a couple to enjoy together. It will help your marriage grow as you connect in more ways than just the bedroom. The Superbowl is one way that you can make a connection as a couple to deepen your relationship.
Even if you don't get a visceral thrill from the violent, steroidal ballet of professional football, you (and your relationship, if your partner's a football fan) cannot escape the NFL playoffs, which begin this weekend. Football has never been bigger. It's not just the most popular spectator sport in America, it's the hottest thing on all of television – eight of the top ten broadcasts in 2010 were NFL games. What, you ask, is all the fuss about? Here's a casual fan's guide to the playoffs.
It seems like every show with "wives" in the title is filled with drama, craziness and confrontation—often between the women and their men. Earlier this year, VH1 debuted the series Basketball Wives for which a more appropriate title would have been Exes of the Tall and Unfaithful. So when the network announced the show Football Wives, expectations were more drink throwing and unhappy couples. Not so fast. You won't see any reality TV antics from Deion Sanders' wife, Football Wives star Pilar Sanders.
Oh, Brett Favre. Did you learn nothing from Tiger Woods? In a move that may just end the 20-year veteran's career, the sports blog Deadspin.com reported last week that the married NFL quarterback sent sexual text messages and voicemails to a pretty, female sideline reporter named Jenn Sterger while they were both employees of the New York Jets.