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When NBA player Jason Collins came out as gay this spring, he was lauded as a hero to a lot of people. One notable exception is the shocked woman who thought she was going to be his wife.
That woman is named Carolyn Moos, and she has told her tale ("Jason Collins is my Ex-Fiance") of being engaged to Collins in the new edition of Cosmopolitan.
Once she gets to the point, Moos says: "I empathize with Jason and support him. But at the same time, I remain deeply hurt by him. I wish he could have been honest with me years ago. I feel like there are two Jasons now -- the man I fell in love with and the man I'm trying so hard to understand. He's being hailed as a pioneer, but I believe true heroism is a result of being honest with yourself and with those you love."
So, yes, this ultimately is the letter of a jilted lover, but it nonetheless paints a romantic picture of a young relationship and a sad, confusing picture about its end.
Moos, 35, describes Col...
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Jason Collins became the first active professional athlete in the four major American sports to reveal he is gay just over two months ago, and for the most part we have already stopped talking about it. If you ask me, that is a good thing. The idea is to look at a gay NBA player [...]
Carolyn Moos is probably a name you wouldn’t recognize in conversation, but if one were to mention Jason Collins, it might click. She is the former fiancée of the NBA player who recently came-out, and is the first openly gay male athlete in professional sports. She spent eight years in a relationship with Collins, most of them while both student-athletes at Stanford, only to have...
The Wizards will begin their preparation for their 8th annual Vegas Summer League stint at the Verizon Center tonight and as usual, the squad will be comprised of rookies, underachievers and big dreamers. Who the roster won’t include this summer, unfortunately, are last year’s draft picks Bradley Beal and Tomas Satoransky. Beal is still nursing [...]
Jason Collins was put on a pedestal for announcing he is a gay.
It took some courage, he should be commended for that and he is reaping the financial benefits from that decision. He is probably seen as a hero to some and I can see why.
He never was a hero to me. He was just a guy who was taking advantage of an opportunity that was presented to him. His business savvy and intelligence...
Bradley Beal is still not medically cleared to play more than three months after he was diagnosed with a stress injury in his right fibula.
Beal will not participate on the Washington Wizards' Summer League team, as well as Team USA's minicamp.
“It’s definitely tough, not being able to work out for 12 weeks or whatever it was, and now I’m actually starting to get into...
Thanks to the creation of the video service, “Vine”, many NBA players during the offseason are creating classic short videos for us to watch and amuse ourselves with.
In the below clip, Washington Wizards second-year forward Jan Vesely shows how he does a shooting drill with well..multiple versions of himself:
Ever since NBA Center Jason Collins made his historic announcement a couple months ago, the question has been asked, will he actually play? Yes, we’ve broken through now to have an openly gay male athlete in one of the major team sports. Jason Collins the social trail blazer is accomplished and accepted. But what about Jason Collins the NBA five?
He hasn’t set foot in a NBA locker...