Here is the perception: female jockeys can’t ride. They’re too weak. They don’t have the fight in them. They can’t close — not like men, any...
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The ball is now in the court of a new generation of women who must guard these hard-won opportunities on the playing field and in classrooms, use them well and pass them on!
I can attest from personal experience that before Title IX became law in 1972, girls' opportunities to participate in sports were rare.
The Summer Olympics are beginning next month and London 2012 hype is in full swing. It was just a matter of time before some guy took the time to write an absurdly retro article telling straight dudes how female athletes are like, totally hot.
That's right. I'm a girl and I love sports. Long gone are the decades when women were expected to sit quietly in their perfectly pressed dresses while keeping their opinions to themselves.
Lolo Jones is a 29-year-old Olympic track and field star who holds an American record for the 60-meter hurdles and is favored to win the 100-meter hur...
I have a love/hate relationship with football. I hate the smell of wings. I hate the uniforms. But I love that I can still dazzle with my random football knowledge, and I love winning in New York.
The problem with anti-discrimination legislation like Title IX is not with its intentions. The trouble is that the goal posts keep moving
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