Non-Women's Business: 10 Articles On The Status Of Women In Sports

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Non-Women's Business: 10 Articles On The Status Of Women In Sports
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Recently, more and more people are talking about sexism in sports. - whether it is a question of why the appearance of athletes is still discussed more often and more willingly than their achievements, or a conversation about how to make more women in sports journalism. We have selected ten stories about the different manifestations of sexism in sport and why it should be a thing of the past.

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20 great sports blogs run by women

Can a woman talk effectively about sports? Someone still doubts this, but not us. We share blogs of different formats in which girls talk about professional sports.

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"Like a Girl": Discrimination against Women and Minorities in Sports

How to overcome the condescending attitude towards athletes and athletes and what caused it.

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Anna Dmitrieva and Maria Komandnaya: Can women be football commentators

Football commentator Vasily Utkin announced the launch of his own school of sports journalism only for men and stressed that he did not see it necessary to “waste time” on training women. We asked the legendary Anna Dmitrieva and the star of the new generation of sports journalism Maria Komandnaya to comment on the position of women in sports journalism.

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From Burlesque to Twerk: How Dancing with a Bad Reputation Became Everyone's Occupation

In a society that suffers from all shades of everyday xenophobia, dances with a pronounced "sexual" connotation from an excuse for slut-shaming are gradually turning into a rapidly growing sector of the global fitness industry.

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Body culture: is there a place for body positivity in sports

Sport is not just a healthy body for the sake of a healthy mind: it is a whole world in which a specific attitude towards the body is formed, not so much as to appearance, but as to an instrument of self-expression, work, development and research. And in its appearance, at times unusual and unusual for people far from sports, there is real beauty.

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Sportswear for Women: From Emancipation to Objectification

Today, athletes around the world actively participate in competitions, but the problem of women's sports uniforms has not disappeared: in its creation, the principle of “beauty” still dominates comfort and, in addition, is seasoned with good old objectification.

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Own game: Why is it difficult to be a woman in sports

“They need to wear tight shorts and low-cut T-shirts. This will make women's football more feminine.” These are the words of Sepp Blatter, former president of FIFA. The overwhelmingly disapproving public reaction reflects not only Blatter's talent for expressing himself as unsuccessfully as possible, but also underlines how confused the relationship between professional women's sports and sexuality is.

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2016 Olympics: Isn't It Time to Get Rid of Sexism in Sports Reviews

The debate about sexism and discrimination in sports has been going on for many years, but during the Rio Olympics, it entered a new round. The world is changing, and the usual way of commenting on sports matches in 2016 seems sexist and inappropriate and raises more and more questions.

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Coach Alla Filina on women's football and sexism in sports

“Yes, the physical characteristics of men and women are different, but this is the same game; no one talks about a special “women's tennis”. Centuries have to pass to dry up the streams of irony pouring out towards the girls who play themselves, work in this area or just watch it."

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"Non-Female" Sports: What Muay Thai Lessons Taught Me

I went to Thai boxing for several reasons: the gym was next to work, the training was ruthless, all the equipment was given out in the classroom three times a week and it cost about 4 thousand rubles a month. It was especially pleasant that the main instrument was your own body, and you could train anywhere - if you had a sparring partner.

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