About Boycott Barstool
Barstool Sports' recent post featuring a photo of a naked 2-year old boy, along with lewd and explicit commentary, prompted us to start this site.
We're not trying to stop Barstool Sports from doing what they do, nor are we trying to stop their fans from reading it. We simply want to make sure Boston-area advertisers know what they're supporting.
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“At press time, Media Farm still found the offending pictures on Barstool Sports’ server. We can’t help but think a war between Portnoy and one of the world’s richest couples is not over. Not by a long shot.” from Dig … Continue reading
Got word today that numerous people have been in contact with Boston and Cambridge city halls regarding Barstool Sports’ newspaper boxes scattered around the area. We think garbage bins would be suitable replacements. City of Boston 617 635-4500 City … Continue reading
“I saw the picture and, quite frankly, I do think it’s kiddie porn. I don’t think you should put a picture of a 2-year-old nude.” – Howard Stern, 8/16/2011 Read full article on TheBostonChannel.com
“Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office confirmed last night that detectives from her office went to the Milton home of David Portnoy, founder of barstoolsports.com, to discuss the posts of Brady’s 20-month-old son, which included a magnified picture of the boy … Continue reading
Boston-based Campus Live is partnering with Barstool Sports for a rolling college-tour this Fall. We wonder what Campus Live, as well as the local college campuses featured on this tour, think of Barstools’ recent controversial post featuring Tom Brady and … Continue reading
Not sure who or what finally prompted Barstool Sports to take down their post of Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s naked 2-year old son, but the post is gone from their site. Possibly related, a video of the Barstool Sports’ … Continue reading
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly takes a look at the possible legal ramifications of Barstool Sports’ recent post: “A prosecutor could certainly argue that the photo, in conjunction with Portnoy’s comments, are enough to support the charge, but any defense lawyer worth … Continue reading