Sex Segregation in Sports

Why Separate Is Not Equal

Milner Adrienne N. Milner, II Jomills Henry Braddock II

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Why isn't segregation based on sex illegal in sports just as race segregation is? This book examines the controversial issue, arguing that "e;separate but equal"e; is neither achievable nor constitutional.Will the creation of coed teams help mitigate issues of perceived sex discrimination in sports, or will equity among male and female athletes come from better enforcement of the "e;separate but equal"e; ideal? This book examines this highly charged issue, specifically challenging the effectiveness of Title IX and arguing that it be ousted in favor of sex integration. This is the first book to present both legal and social arguments for the elimination of sex segregation in sports and provide tangible solutions to address this issue. Authors Adrienne N. Milner and Jomills Henry Braddock II lay out the potential benefits of comingling male and female athletes, illustrating how this process may translate to greater sex equality in social, economic, and political contexts. In addition, this forward-thinking work offers specific recommendations for facilitating the integration of sexes in sports and discusses the importance of changing attitudes and ideology within the sports community and the general public to achieve this goal.

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