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Lolo Jones didn’t read NYT article about her, didn’t want to give site pageviews

  Following her fourth-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles on Tuesday, Lolo Jones appeared on NBC’s Today show and broke down emotionally, primarily about a scathing article published in The New York Times with the headline, “For Lolo Jones, Everything Is Image.” During her teary-eyed appearance, Jones said that the article “ripped me to shreds, and I just thought that [...]

Lolo Jones says she hasn’t seen any hookups in the Olympic Village, still wants to meet Tim Tebow

If the Olympic Village is truly as sex-infested as everyone claims it is, it’s probably safe to assume Lolo Jones doesn’t partake in the festivities. Unless you have been living in a cave for the past few months, you are well aware that Jones is one of the world’s most famous virgins. At 30 years of age, she says keeping her viriginity has been harder than training for the...

Birthday babe of the week – Lolo Jones

Untouched track and field sexpot Lolo Jones turned 30 last Sunday, August 5. Jones, born legally named Lori in the city of Des Moines, Iowa, was raised in virtual poverty by her diligent mother and criminal father. The 5-foot-9, 140 … Continue reading →

NYT Editor calls Lolo hit piece "too harsh"

As most of you are probably aware, Lolo Jones has endured quite a bit of flak lately, especially after not winning a medal with her fourth place finish in the 100-meter hurdles. Namely, a piece from Jere Longman at The New York Times is getting some notable exposure with its harsh criticisms of Lolo's sex appeal, and the way that she has been "marketing"...

Lolo Jones still wants to meet Tim Tebow

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NBC pulls ‘Bodies in Motion’ video after receiving backlash

NBC removed a video from its website after receiving criticism for the way the video appears to objectify women. The video (seen above) is entitled “Bodies in Motion,” and it mostly focuses on specific female body parts. Unsuspecting viewers are greeted with a compilation of clips depicting female athletes often bouncing around in slow motion, with the shots frequently focusing...
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