The Title IX activist campaign against men’s sports | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Title IX outlawed gender discrimination in publicly funded educational programs, including athletics. But something went wrong in the law’s implementation, and Title IX turned into a quota system, forcing equal numbers of male and female athletes. Over time, this has forced the culling of men’s sports programs to maintain equal numbers. As the number of athletic programs for men dwindles, the Factual Feminist asks: can college sports survive Title IX?

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The Title IX activist campaign against men’s sports

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