I don't know why you'd come to our site before you go over to With Leather, but if you do, we salute you. Anyway, With Leather head honcho Matt Ufford (pictured in the newspaper above) appeared in the same paper that broke Watergate today in a story about attractive pole vaulter Allison Stokke. Basically it's about how people ogling her pictures on the internet have made her life difficult, or something like that.
Ufford got the honor of being beaten down by the Post because he posted the original pic of Stokke on With Leather that apparently started this whole mess. The pic is nothing remarkable.
In our view, it's ludicrous to blame Ufford or With Leather for this. He posted a picture of an attractive female athlete. Boy, that's really dangerous, I don't think ANYONE has ever done that before.
Some people will use the snowball effect and say With Leather started this mess, but let's be rational for a moment here. This was going to happen eventually anyway. Any time you're an attractive accomplished athlete, male or female, you get attention. It's just part of the gig, whether you like it or not.
Also, Stokke and her parents allowed themselves to be interviewed for this article, which they didn't have to do. I mean nothing makes you more anonymous than having an article and a picture of you appearing on the front page of a major US newspaper. What? It makes you more well known? I didn't even think people read newspapers anymore.