Croatian soccer team were caught taking nude hot bath after their disheartening loss to Brazil. Why won't the paparazzis leave the poor Croatian soccer team alone? The players are so angry that they swore that they won't say a word to the press until the Brazil world cup is over and out. Full of kisses on fields, booty pats and just plain old man-to-man PDA, soccer is known for inspiring intense bro-romance so we shouldn't be so surprised that the Croatian soccer team bonded over some nude hot bath. After their loss to Brazil, they retired to their hotel in Praia do Forte and immersed themselves in a hot bath Croatian players Dejan Lovren and Vedran Coluka were visible in the photographs. The photographers of these nude pictures were fellow patriotic Croatians as well. After taking these shots from a nearby bush, they sold the pictures to a Croatian tabloid and it published the pictures in their uncensored glory.
Futebol de Pelada , literally translated Naked Football, is not, as the words suggest, playing a football soccer game while naked. Futebol Pelado is the purest form of football. A practice still very popular in Brazil. It is so popular, that each year a serious contest is organised. And the Muses? With each championship or whatever the occasion Miss Brasil, Miss Bumbum, Miss Carnival, the Queen of the Queens and so on there is a contest for the beauties or muses representing the clubs.
From the macho world of Brazilian football - which produced the sporting legends Pele and Ronaldo - few would have predicted the latest craze to sweep the game. Already three top footballers - who are expected to turn out to play against Manchester United in January's World Club Championships - have appeared in G Magazine in explicit full-frontal pictures. The soccer stars, who insist they are not themselves gay, have provoked controversy and at least one is facing expulsion from his team for the revealing photos. They are as red-blooded as any man but they have good bodies and are proud of themselves. Footballers are our most popular pin-ups and they have a huge following among the gay audience.
Photo Essay produced in by the World Justice Project. Even at an elite level, as the captain of the Brazilian women's national team, Pelle felt marginalized. Eventually, Pelle decided to leave the sport for good. Pelle, along with American soccer player Caitlin Fisher, is one of the founders of the Guerreiras Project, a group of athletes, academics, and activists that use sport to create discussions around gender discrimination and access. The Guerreiras Project started in as a way for women players to share stories of prejudice they experienced and the fight they had to go through to play this sport. The project turned into an opportunity to use those stories to create change. After attending the World Justice Forum in to speak on a panel about sports and the rule of law, Fisher was inspired to include a rule of law focus to her work. Picarte remembers visiting a school in a poor neighborhood in Recife to conduct a workshop with 40 kids.