Specific Purpose: To persuade my target audience to favor the idea of co-ed sports teams.
When it comes to girls being able to play on sport teams, I favor this simply because it is a right for them to do so, the allegations formed against are unfair and unjust, and being placed on a team should be determined by skills, determination and abilities rather than gender.
Who’s bright idea was it to determine that females could fight for their country alongside a man but they are not allowed to compete and play on sport teams with males? What factors are different in one scenario that allows for them both to have opposite outcomes? Why is it that society can say yes to co-ed battle and not to co-ed sport activities?
Good Afternoon ladies and gentleman of Norfolk State University. My name is Taneqwa Brown and it is such an honor to be speaking with you all today.
Today I will be addressing a world known issue involving females not being able to join and play with males on the same sport teams. During my presentation, I will give you specific and justified reasons why this decision should be changed and what things you all can do as citizens to help this issue be resolved.
As a young girl, I grew up being the only girl in a household of 3 other male siblings. As they would go out and play with their neighborhood friends, I would tag along and engage in as many activities that they would allow me to. These included football, basketball and many other contact sports. I was then the only girl on the field, or court, playing with the boys. Many times people had tried to encourage me to play with other little girls because they were afraid that I would get hurt playing with them. I insisted on sticking to what I knew. None of the rules that applied to those games were bended for the sake of me, and in fact, if they were, I probably wouldn’t have joined them in any others. I was confident, strong and I loved playing with...
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