I'm not a big sports fan but I loooove to attend hockey games (which is odd because I also hate the cold!). One of my favorite memories with Jerame was the time the Indianapolis Star gave me tickets to watch an Indianapolis Ice game from their suite at Conseco Fieldhouse. We had a blast.
If you followed this year's Stanley Cup, you might have seen the sexist/homophobic/transphobic/just-generally-wrong poster that the Chicago Tribune ran to support the local team in the playoffs. The ad taunted Philadelphia Flyers player Chris Pronger by photoshopping his head and torso onto the waist and legs of a female figure skater. The ad calls him "Chrissy Pronger" with the tagline "Looks like Tarzan. Skates like Jane."
Of course there was outrage and gnashing of teeth from women and gays and lots of macho giggles and grins from hockey fans and jocks. The general consensus seemed to be that the poster wasn't homophobic as much as it was sexist. Stand down, gays.
That is, until the Blackhawks won the Stanley and Getty Images snapped a photo. It's after the jump.