As questions continue to swirl about his sexual orientation, retired Pittsburgh Steelers star Kordell Stewart is making yet another attempt to defend his sexuality.
“Too many beautiful women in the world, to be indulging in a sexual relationship with another man,” Kordell told friend and radio co-worker Shanae Hall before she set him up on a blind date. “So if that’s what they chose to do, on everything I love, that’s not even a thought.”
Now that his divorce has been finalized, the 41-year-old single father says he’s open to dating again. He adds that he doesn’t plan on settling for less than an 8 on the physical attraction scale.
“She don’t have to be a 10, but for sure no less than an 8. Again, an 8 is different.”
“My thing is, as long as she takes care of herself. Really, that’s the gist of it. As long as she takes care of herself, I’m good,” he added. “I wanna enjoy looking at you too. I don’t wanna look at your brain because I can’t see it.”
As for which physical qualities a woman must absolutely have, Kordell says having a curvaceous shape is crucial.
“An a** is mandatory. Yeah,the body has to have curves.”
He went on to say that while looks are important, he also wants someone who can stimulate him on a deeper level.
“We all want to be psychologically stimulated. My loins get to moving. For me, it’s mental for me, it’s not necessarily always physical. But I would like to psychologically indulge into ‘okay, wow.'”
Check out footage of their chat on the next page.
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