This is the third piece in a three-part series about gender policies in sports. The first piece addressed the history of gender regulations and testing at the Olympics in the 20th century, highlighting that such policies led to discrimination against gender diverse competitors. The second piece focused on 21st century
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This year marks the 45th anniversary of Title IX, the landmark legislation that has significantly improved the ability of girls and women to participate in sports. Their participation in college athletics has grown seven-fold in the past 45 years, according to a
Although women's hockey has seen exponential growth since its first Olympic tournament in 1998, there is still much to be done to foster diversity within the game. Both men's and women's hockey suffer from a lack of representation for nonwhite athletes; moreover, it doesn't look as though USA Hockey or
Before reading this article, you should be familiar with terms/concepts such as afab/amab pertaining to assigned gender at birth and nonbinary gender. You may also want to look at nonbinary.org's list of nonbinary identities.
When Buffalo Beauts forward Harrison Browne publicly came out as a trans
"Everyone loves to score goals and get assists, but there are little aspects of the game that make me feel like a great player, when I am doing them successfully."
Connecticut Whale forward Nicole Connery knows the importance of being a 200-foot player, giving her best effort in