The mother of one of former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky's alleged abuse victims has spoken out on Good Morning America about her slow realization that her son was being molested — and her reaction to Joe Paterno's firing.
Officials at Penn State may have failed to take action when they were first told that Defensive Coordinatory Jerry Sandusky had been abusing at least eight boys for more than a decade, but tonight they took decisive action — now that the allegations have exploded into a masive scandal. This evening Penn State trustees…
Yesterday, a female sports columnist was excluded from a post-tournament interview with Rory McIlroy because it took place in the locker room of a Georgia golf club that bans women. Officials have apologized, but the controversy highlights the sexist restrictions still in place at some clubs.
Michael Becker, who manages German soccer captain Michael Ballack, attributed the team's more elegant and agile style to "gay players," saying they cost Germany the World Cup. Coach Joachim Löw refused to respond, saying he wouldn't "stoop so low."
The World Cup is a big freakin' deal for soccer fans all over the globe, yet the media somehow manages to forget, as per usual, that women actually watch sports. Well, some women do - others just ruin everything.
In response to officials' admission that "physical attractiveness is taken into consideration" when making court assignments at Wimbledon, some commentators actually argued that there's nothing wrong with using sex to sell women's sports, but research suggests otherwise.