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Are the 1970s feminists okay?  

In 1972, two women founded what would eventually be named the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) to fight “for the passage and full implementation of Title IX.” In particular, they cared about opportunities for women in sports, where inequalities between women and men were “most obvious.” My, how the times have changed!  

NWLC recently filed a brief to defend men in women’s sports that goes beyond confusing — it’s alarming to the point of comedy.  

HIGH SCHOOL COACH FIRED AFTER PUSHING TO CHANGE STATE TRANS ATHLETE LAW: ‘VILIFIED’ FOR STANDING UP FOR GIRLS

NWLC seeks to intervene in Gaines v. NCAA, to oppose Riley Gaines and other female athletes who challenge the NCAA’s violations of Title IX. The NCAA determined that women’s athletics should include males, subjecting women to risk

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