“I’m strong.

I’m tough.

I still wear my eyeliner.”

-Lisa Leslie

More Stories From Female Fans

On and Off The Field Culture

Since 2009, GuysGirl has become the voice for the female fan covering major sports, entertainment, and their surrounding culture. Through editorial features, radio and broadcasts, we promote the female fan lifestyle on and off the field.

First time here? We gotchu. 

From Blogger to Broadcaster

I’ve been a fan all my life. Now I’m lucky enough to talk about it for a living.

My name is Blythe and I started my first sports blog in 2009 with little experience fueled by driven personality. Fast forward a few years and I’ve since parlayed a gig as a part-time blogger into a radio, TV and online broadcasting career.

Since starting GuysGirl when Blogspot blogs were all the rage, I taught myself WordPress, SEO, graphic design, user experience, analytics, email marketing, social media and more. I used this valuable experience at gigs such as an editor in chief at a print magazine, a radio host, TV commentator, podcaster and live digital broadcasting.

The future of media and how stories are told is constantly changing. And I’m here to show you how to turn a part-time blog into a full-time lifestyle change.

DO YOU HAVE A GAME PLAN?

‘Game Plan’ is a content partner program for women covering sports, entertainment, and business to help connect, grow and monetize their brand.

HOW TO GET STARTED

APPLY

Already have a blog and looking for exposure? Our content partner program is for women covering sports, entertainment and business to help connect, grow and monetize.

RESOURCES

If you have a website, you’re likely running a business or side hustle. Check out some of the tools we’ve used over the years to help us turn our side hustle into a full time focus.

ADVERTISE

Along with video, live streams, podcasts, and articles, GuysGirl partners with other female owned websites. If you’re looking to hit the female fan demographic, let’s talk about working together.

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Are women-only sports shows sexist?

Women in sports radio have fought a long time to have a seat at the sports opinion table. But now that we have two all-female sports shows, are we sexist?

How to Survive the Stanley Cup Playoffs

If you’re a hockey fan, there’s a pretty good chance you’re submerged in a vat of Certified Grade A Playoff Agony right now. After two weeks of Stanley Cup Playoffs action, tensions are high and you need a survival guide.