WHY GIRLS AND BOYS SHOULD’NT PLAY SPORTS TOGETHER!
Girls and boys should not be in co-ed teams due to the injuries, fighting, social issues and the difference in both sexes performance. Another issue is the misunderstandings during physical contact sports, like football, rugby, lacrosse and hockey. Therefore girls and boys should not play sports together because it complicates and presents an unsafe environment. Usually when boys and girls play sports together major injuries occur, especially when the sport has a lot of contact. Studies show that females tend to receive concussions more often when playing sports that allow contact with males. Doctor Fin from Sunny Brook hospital reports “77% of females who play co-ed sports end up with concussions”. (Linkn17) Between interviewing school sports teams, girls have mentioned a lot that size does matter. Jenny, A rugby player from J.Clarke Richardson explains “It’s scary when you have a huge 6 foot tall, jacked boy running at you and then tackles you to the ground. It tends to hurt you way more when it’s a boy then when it’s a girl, due to the size and strength difference”. (helan14) When boys and girls start to grow up strength become an issue. Michael health teacher from Donald A Wilson describes why. ”The difference between girls and boys strength is, when boys hit puberty they get stronger and girls do not.” (micheal30) Therefore teens and adult girls should be prohibited to play sports together because the injuries that follows with it. Co-ed sport teams can cause social issues, as well as bullying, along with physical issues. Girls are made fun of and called ‘butch’ due to playing on a boys sports team. Alyssa from O’Neil Secondary Explains, “I feel playing with boys is more of a challenge than it is when playing with just girls, but I’m always made fun of by the boys on my team and the girls at my school.”(Alyssa23) Girls can not be in a change room with boys, due to their different body parts....
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