Why I’m a woman who loves football
I was a football fan when I was younger, and it’s because of the sport.
But that wasn’t always the case.
I grew up in suburban New York City, in the suburbs of Queens, and watched football as much as I could.
“There was a sport where I loved it,” says Michael, who was born in Brooklyn.
In the early ’90s, Michael, now in his early 30s, watched college football games on TV on Saturday nights at his home.
The sport was, and is, very popular in the area.
And it wasn’t just college football.
While I was watching, there were so many people in the stands that I had to get up to watch because there was so much to do and so much going on.
So I was always in the stadium watching the game and was very interested in watching the games.
My first time watching the New York Giants play the Philadelphia Eagles was in 1992.
It was a game that I grew up watching in Queens, in New York.
Michael, now 39, was born and raised in Queens.
He has a master’s degree in public administration from Queens College.
When I first started to watch football, I loved the sport, but it wasn, and I still am, very much a man’s lackey.
I loved playing against guys.
I love the way I can get on the field and have the ball, and not have it go out.
But I was also a man who could be a little bit more physical with my body and my strength.
Being a woman, it’s a little easier for me to watch.
I think because I grewup a man, I can relate to that.
I understand that a lot of times when you see a man on the sidelines and he’s a woman in a sport like men’s tennis, women are so focused on their own sport.
And that’s why I think women, being more physically attractive and more athletic, have a chance.