Discrimination in Women’s Sports

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Thesis: Discrimination in women’s sport should be stopped; because just like men, women who are athletes have the right to use them as their hobbies or jobs.

I. Those who support the discrimination in women’s sports feel like women are not capable of performing on the same level as men do.
A. Supporters believe that women’s roll in the society should be more traditional.
B. Supporters argue that women’s sports are wasting money.
C. Supporters claim that women are not as athletic as men are. II. Those who are against discrimination in women’s sports believe that women have all the rights to do the same things as men do.
A. Opponents believe that if the gender equity is everywhere else, than it should be in sports too.
B. Opponents think that female athlete should be feminine, not forced to imitate men and be rough looking.
C. Opponents believe that women can attribute and develop one sport as much as men do. Conclusion: Despite all the fights against discrimination in women’s sports by numerous organizations and years of excellent female athletes proving that they are extremely talented, there are still a lot of people that won’t accept women in sports. Kerkez

Discrimination has various forms and happens every day. Discrimination involves making choices how we treat other people. Those choices can be made using real and relevant information or they can be based on prejudice, stereotypes and bias. Any discrimination is undesirable because it leads to unfair treatment of players and other participants in recreation and sports.

Discrimination in women’s sports happens on a daily basis . In the past, women had few opportunities to participate in sports and certainly to the lesser extent that men did. The adoption of the Title IX gave women the right not only to compete with men on an equal...
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