Women's Sports Foundation
No research has found that girls are less interested in competitive athletic teams than boys, according to the Women's Sports Foundation.
Honoring Billie Jean King, Human Rights Pioneer, on the 40th Anniversary of the "Battle of the Sexes"
King is one of the greatest tennis players of all time, and her advocacy for women's sports in the 1960s and 1970s revolutionized
If women are going to be taken more seriously as athletes, to reach the same level as Men's Athletics, it has to start with the little things like the language we use.
D.C. didn't get the Olympics, but the Trinity Center for Women and Girls in Sports stands as a thriving legacy of that effort, providing opportunities for competitive sports and recreational activities for neighbors and friends throughout the D.C. community.
Title IX is about equal opportunity at educational institutions that receive federal funding. It is not just about sports, but opportunities for women to play sports have certainly arisen from the passage of Title IX.
Can ESPN's body issue help change how we define "sexy"?
How does learning to be competitive as a young woman help her succeed in college and beyond? It's only in being competitive that we ask ourselves to lean in, to go beyond where we are comfortable, to make an effort and see what results.
This week is the 50th anniversary of my first championship win at Wimbledon, and the 40th anniversary year of Title IX, legislation that ensures equal access to both men and women in federally-funded educational programs and activities, including sports programs.
It’s a delicate balancing act that some elite athletes, such as the Williams sisters, have championed, turning eye-catching