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Pay WNBA Players What They Deserve
They deserve to be able to play the game they love without needing to get a second job to pay the bills.
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Sexism Against Female Athletes Starts Early. Just Ask My Daughter.
Sharon Van Epps
, Guest Writer
Like Serena Williams, she understands that the world wants to police her body and constrain her emotions.
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World Surf League Offers Equal Prize Money For Female Surfers
It's about time!
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Super Runner Semenya Faces New Testosterone Limits In Sports Gender Battle
Officials grapple again with fair competition and gender definition.
5 Times Women Won Big At The Winter Olympics
Female athletes have rewritten history at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, from Lindsey Vonn’s return to downhill skiing to Chloe Kim’s magnetic personality and snowboarding record.
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Women Aren’t Immune To Sexism Anywhere, Even At The Olympics
To the media, female athletes are women first, athletes second.
Judge To Former Olympic Dr. Larry Nassar: 'I’ve Just Signed Your Death Warrant'
Larry Nassar has been sentenced to 40 to 175 years for sex crimes against female athletes, guaranteeing that he’ll spend the rest of his life behind bars.
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Girls, Don't Quit...Stay In Your Cleats
Lawyer, lecturer and founder of Etregirls.com - new resources ...
She loves her sport. She loves her team, her captains and her coach. She loves the win and, even more, that breathless moment
50 Years Later, First Female Boston Marathon Finisher Runs Again
Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to officially run and finish the Boston Marathon. On the 50th anniversary of her historic race, she celebrated by running the race again.
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U.S. Soccer Orders All Players To 'Stand Respectfully' For National Anthem
The rule appears to be in response to Megan Rapinoe's protests last year.
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The Female Athlete Triad: Energy Deficiency, Amenorrhea, and Osteoporosis
Nabil Ebraheim, MD
Chairman of Orthopaedics at the University of Toledo with a pa...
Eating disorders, amenorrhea, and osteoporosis affect certain groups of athletes, often occurring as symptoms to this syndrome
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India's Female Olympians Dominate Patriarchy In Their Home Country
By Maria Thomas, Quartz India
This is the year of Indian women at the Olympics. From PV Sindhu’s smashing win in the badminton semi-finals and Sakshi Malik’s
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19 Women Who Made History At The Rio Olympics
All of these women, American or not, deserve to be recognized.
Inequality is Not a Plus or Minus Game
Global CEO at Y&R
Yet the truth is that nothing will change if we look at the equation as success using parity in numbers as the measure. Remember
Let my grandma, American roller skating champ, explain why female athletes must get equal pay
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My grandma, Edna Brown, is one of the brightest stars in the constellation of people who have touched my life. She helped
Lack of Female Injury Coverage -- The Achilles Heel of the Olympic Games
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Female athletes are susceptible to a variety of serious injuries, sometimes even more so than their male counterparts [1
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This Olympic Athlete Is Sick Of Being Told She's 'Too Pretty To Wrestle'
"You are allowed to be a female and be considered beautiful and still be an athlete."
Feminine Muscularity: Reshaping The Cultural Understanding of Beauty
Multimedia storyteller, challenging perceptions of beauty, fem...
In a time when women continue fighting to be equal to men, why do we subscribe to beauty standards that make women appear demure? Why is it increasingly sexy to be thin and dainty?
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The Women Who Plan To Climb Afghanistan's Top Peak Set Their Sights On An Even Higher Goal
“They say it’s dangerous -- that we can’t climb mountains. But I can do anything,” one young woman says.
These Afghan Women Are Climbing To Great Heights
In the mountains that were once threatened by the Taliban, Freshta and her team of young women climbers explore their independence and strength by supporting each other in Kabul.
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