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A “GuysGirl” cannot be summed up into one simple phrase but rather a combination of a lot of things. Whether is drinking a beer at a baseball game or having a glass of wine over a multiplayer COD mission, a guy’s girl can be any number of stereotypes that are thought to be a “boy’s only” club.

 

Is this site for girls only?

Absolutely not. While we may feature stories on NFL team colored nail polish or how to make cute sports clothes, most of our articles are gender neutral. Provided you don’t mind the occasional crude joke or mild cursing, you will fancy us just fine.

 

What do you do for the ladies?

From documenting and hosting our own “make your cute sports clothes” parties, spending months devoted to our cosplay fascination, to showing off the hot men in uniform, we have a lot of fun on the site but we are most passionate about seeing the fellow GuysGirls out there. There are girls from all walks of life who enjoy traditionally “guy” things but love being a girl. This is your site devoted to you and if you are just like us, we want to know about it!

 

Still not sure? Then check out the Best Of page

We’ve been writing since 2009 and over the years, our readers have decided what they like the most. Check out the best of GuysGirl with the always-updated sports and entertainment articles we have to offer.

 

About the Founder

Blythe Brumleve GuysGirlBlythe Brumleve, born and raised in Jacksonville, FL. grew up an avid sports fan and provided you don’t live in the Jacksonville area, is probably one of the handful of die hard Jaguar fans you have ever met in your life. Maybe because she likes to suffer even more, she’s also a big time Red Sox fan. Ouch.

Being a huge sports fan and other things typically thought of for the guys, she launched GuysGirl where women could learn about sports while also providing daily entertainment/news for men and women to enjoy. Since its launch, GG has earned several awards, quadroubled in traffic and is considered a thought leader among female sports fans everywhere.

Blythe is a published author of “A Girl’s Guide to Football Fanaticism“, freelance writer and passionately involved in the crusade to find/make cute sports clothes.

Along with sports, Blythe fancies herself as a traveler, Lord of the Rings fanatic, lover of first person shooters, chicken quesadillas, Harrison Ford/Hugh Jackman, crude jokes and internet videos that waste hours in the day.

Contact Blythe via email

 

 

GuysGirl is Not Just Online But Also in Print!   

“A Girl’s Guide to Football Fanaticism” invites readers to immerse themselves in both the game as well as the culture of football in order to gain an appreciation of autumn’s favorite diversion.

Released as both an eBook and in print, “A Girl’s Guide to Football Fanaticism” is also the first book by Blythe Brumleve, the founder and lead contributor of GuysGirl.com.  Ms. Brumleve wrote the book to provide an easy all in one guide that explains not only football rules, but the rich subculture surrounding it.

The book details the on field goings on from officials to players to coaches, while familiarizing readers with the history and traditions of the sport.

Get ordering information on A Girl’s Guide to Football Fanaticism here

 

 

Past Accomplishments/Also Seen On

WOMEN’S WEEK, DAY 1: Q&A WITH GUYS GIRL BLYTHE BRUMLEVE

BALLHYPED 2010 SPORTS BLOGS OF THE YEAR

Appearing on The Lex and Terry Show

Appearing on The Pulse Talk Show

First Coast Connect Interview

GuysGirl.com Founder Blythe Brumleve featured in Skirt Magazine

Interview in Woman’s World Magazine

Being Chosen to Partcipate in the Navy’s Distinguished Visitor Program

Articles featured on Sports Illustrated, Yardbarker, Fox Sports and MSN
Gamedayr
Void Magazine
Awful Announcing
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Florida Times Union
Guest Speaker at UNF Journalism Class
Jacksonville.com Featured Columnist
Jaguars Journal Contributor
Award Winning Blog including Blogger of the Year (2010) and Entertainment Blog of the Year (2010)
Runner up on Bloguin’s Best Blog of 2010
Honorable Mention for Ballyhyped’s Blog of the Year 2010
Featured in Ballyhyped’s “Best Articles of 2010 Book
Published Author to A Girl’s Guide to Football Fanticism
Previous guest spots on First Coast Connect-NPR Radio Show

 

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