Billy Hallowell writes at The Blaze:
Lolo Jones has captivated American attention for a variety of reasons. To begin, she’s a talented track and field star. But ... the attractive 29-year-old is also an outspoken Christian and ... a virgin. While many have praised her for holding true to her values and waiting until marriage to have sex, in the wake of her Olympic performance, some are now using her virtuous decision against her.
After Jones came in fourth place during the finals of the 100-meter hurdles on Tuesday, many Twitter users started talking about her sex life. Using the loss as an opportunity to lambaste the athlete, they seemed to allege that, had she been sexually active, perhaps she would have performed better at the Olympics.
I am proud of Lolo Jones. I respect her choice, her sport, her athleticism, her beauty, her commitment, her work, her determination, her feminimity, her voice, her mind, and her courage to face down an upside-down world that can't seem to tell the difference between genitalia and God -- the Creator of every good gift, including physicality, sport, and the wonder of human sexuality.
As for Lolo's detractors, apparently it's true: Sex on the brain can drive some insane. And blind, too.