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On a similar note:
New Study of Gender Symmetric Teams Reveals Significant Disparity in Athletic Opportunities
Contact: Eric McErlain
June 23, 2009
37 Years After Passage of Title IX, the College Sports Council Calls on NCAA to Equalize Scholarship Limits
WASHINGTON, D.C. - June 23, 2009 - The preliminary findings of a study of NCAA participation and scholarship data conducted by the College Sports Council (CSC) shows that in gender symmetrical sports, which have teams for both male and female athletes, women are accorded far more opportunities to compete and earn scholarships at NCAA Division 1 schools, the highest level of intercollegiate athletics.
"After nearly four decades after the passage of Title IX, it's time to erase all institutional gender discrimination, and that includes bias against boys," said CSC Chairman Eric Pearson. "Current NCAA policies cultivate the disparity between male and female scholarship opportunities. In sports where there are symmetric teams the scholarship limits should be the same. The CSC calls on the NCAA to equalize scholarship limits in all sports which have teams for both male and female athletes."
"Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!?