It’s never been okay to downplay a woman’s athletic ability but somehow we continue to allow just that to happen. For too long, we’ve allowed ourselves to view women’s athletics as a novelty or, even worse, as us (mainly men) doing them a favor. I’ve played or followed sports for over 20 years and I have to admit, one thing that always remained fuzzy to me was the true definition of Title IX. I knew it had something to do with equality, but I wanted to know more about it.
Imagine having a skill set that allows you the opportunity to earn millions of dollars.
You’re one of the few people in the world who can do what you do and it is in incredibly high demand at a high cost. It doesn’t matter the field; it could be medicine, landscaping, plumbing, or pool cleaning. Just know that what you do, no one else can do it at the same level.
Today at 3:30 p.m. (EST) Editor and chief of The Eastside Perspectivesports blog Clayton Tinkle joined Baden Bagley and I to discuss the College Basketball season. We talked our top-5 teams, What to make of the Miami Hurricanes rise in the polls, and much more. Give us a listen and call in to join the conversation at (773) 897-6129
Adam Cubbage and Baden Bagley talk the Yankees playoff woes, Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers, Seattle sports misery and sound off on what would make attendance better in sports. Give it a listen!