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The industry has started to see female athletes as champions and role models, not just reality TV stars and fashion icons. If they continue to market towards women with these types of positive messages, advertisers will profit from a huge consumer base.
With lucrative prizes, tennis' top stars are among the richest athletes on Earth. Here is a look at the net worths of the seven richest tennis players in the world.
Call it "bro code" (and yes, I cringe every time I say it), call it whatever you want. It doesn't matter. It's on display everywhere you turn -- in politics, business, higher education, Twitter -- everywhere. But it's especially blatant in sports.
Almost 44 years have passed since Title IX guaranteed gender equity in education-related sports, 53 years since the Equal Pay Act became law, and 96 years since women won the right to vote, but it's feeling a lot like we're back in 1916, instead of 2016.
Men often take the advantages culture bestows on them for granted. They assume that they deserve to win at contests that are tilted in their favor. And they expect that those who lose at these unfair contests to accept defeat without becoming angry.
The proverbial glass ceiling still exists, despite the advances of women around the world. Job segregation runs rampant, and old-boy networking still runs strong.
I heard it in 2008 and hear it again now --this notion that the only reason one would support Hillary Clinton is because she is a woman -- or only because she is experienced and smart. She is all of those things. But I am with her because Hillary Clinton inspires me.
YOU CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT is a series of frank interviews with passionate men and women who are leaders, activists and influencers on the subject of gun violence in America.
The new Barbies and the SI Swimsuit models are more real than the (un)Real Housewives and bachelorettes on TV. They represent small steps forward for womankind and the women's movement.
Women "stole the show" in 2015 on the athletics world stage. Sports Illustrated named Serena Williams Sportsperson of the Year, the first solo woman g...
G'day mate! The 2016 tennis season has just begun and it is already serving up some great matches and controversial allegations. The players had their warm-up tournaments and now it's time for the first Grand Slam of 2016 -- the Australian Open!
Here are just a few of the changes you can expect to see in your life when you stop taking things personally:
We can't wait to see which women will be stepping forward to lead the way next year.
Abby Wambach's retirement from professional soccer, becoming the leading scorer in the sport globally, caps off an incredible run for female athletes. And it's taken decades of work to get here.
I hate giving blood. They stick the needle in, it hurts. They twist the syringe before sucking the blood out, it burns. They pull the needle out, it...