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Posts Tagged ‘Safe Sex’

The New Spokesperson For Safe, Responsible Sex

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By now, you’ve probably heard about New York Jets defensive back Antonio Cromartie, he of the eight children by seven different women, and his attempt to name all of his crotch fruit on HBO’s Hard Knocks. If not, watch and laugh. Understand something, I’m quite serious about Cromartie’s role as a, if not THE, spokesperson for safe, protected sex; because if you don’t, you might find yourself on HBO, struggling to remember all their names, clearly looking like an irresponsible athlete who’d rather spread their seed to all who are willing.

In case you forgot, Cromartie had to ask for an advance from the Jets in order to square his child support bills.

So yeah, the motto for the Antonio Cromartie/Safe Sex/Responsible Parenthood campaign has to be something like this: “Don’t Do What I Did: Use a Condom. Trust me, struggling to remember the names of your various children is hard work.” The acronym excites me: DDWIDUACTMS2RNVCHW, or DDWID for short.

I’d definitely wear it if it was available as a Livestrong/WWJD-type of bracelet.

H/t to, well, everyone who posted the video, starting with Robert Littal of Black Sports Online.

Travis Henry Doesn’t Smoke Pot, Does Impregnate Women

Travis Henry has convinced the Denver Broncos management circle that he doesn’t smoke the reefer by passing lie detector and hair follicle tests.  Next up for Henry, who sued the NFL to postpone his 1-year suspension, is to present these findings to Roger Goodell and company.  Because of his successful test results, Henry will be defending himself with the support of Coach Mike Shanahan:

“If the tests were positive, Travis would not be on our football team right now,” Shanahan said. “When he went back and took the hair sample and that was negative, the lie detector test and that was negative, we’ll let due process take care of itself. If Travis took a test and it was positive, after what he promised me, he wouldn’t be on the football team right now.”

Considering Henry’s brilliant approach to protected sex (he has nine children by nine different women), it’s no wonder he’s fighting so hard to keep his playing status.  Those child support payments can’t be cheap.