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  • Something's missing from this article...the whole picture! Men's teams don't have to be cut unless the $$ and numbers on the Football roster have to remain ridiculously disproportionate. Also what is missing is the solution which is: each individual institution surveys incoming freshmen and fresh women as a mandatory part of their application process and then adjusts their sports programs to fit the needs of their student body. Title IX has done for more for men --coaches and fathers than it has hurt male athletes. Without Title IX women would lose an opportunity for education that men took for granted. Without Title IX we lose the great sheros from Jackie Joyner Kersee to millions of soccer players with a dream. Pat Connolly, Coach at UCLA before and after Title IX
  • (Posted on November 6, 2006, 11:23 am Pat Connolly)

  • Why don't they make laws which mandate that plays and musicals at Univeristy theatres can not be shown unless they include as many men as women. Ot how about equalizing the number of men and women working at the University newspaper. No? Well how about fixing the ratio of male to female university sports teams to the ratio of male to female combat soldiers who are fighting and dying to defend America's freedoms. Changes like these will make the feminist dominated media and the anti-male politicians who live in fear of the extreme feminist sit up an think.
  • (Posted on November 6, 2006, 11:23 am Ian Wilson)

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