Tag Archives: women athletes

On actually seeing a woman

This morning on the way to the train station for her weekly once-weekly commute, my wife pulled an item out of her purse and opened it up. “I have new lipstick,” she told me. She applied it by memory, checked … Continue reading

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Being a pussy is not what it used to be

By Christopher Cudworth Walking out of the health club after a weight workout last night, I overheard a friend call across the parking lot to a young man entering XSport. “Diego’s a pussy,” he teased. His friend laughed and they … Continue reading

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Let me run this past you…

This will be a odd post because it’s a bit of an embarrassing subject. It seems that when I wrote the blog article titled Women Run Past Breast Fixation In Society I had an idea it might get some interesting … Continue reading

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Is cross country running the purest of all sports?

By Christopher Cudworth The air is more than crisp on a late October morning. A chill breeze seems to slide down out of the clear blue sky to the north. It is cross country weather. 140 athletes line up before … Continue reading

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