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Summer Olympic sports where men are barred from competing
Article here. Ah yes, "equality". The blogosphere sees feminists gleefully celebrating the fact that not a single Olympic event now is mandated as male-only (though not all events have enough female entrants to hold a women's version of the event-- but that is a different matter) and that on top of that, through the magic of Title IX, now more female US athletes were sent to London this year than male ones. Ahh, it's equality, right? Well, if you define it the way feminists do, I suppose it's something like that, though they will complain (and rightly so), that there are certain countries that do not allow female athletes to compete in their name. Still, they are filled with glee at all the "progress" made by so much of the world on this issue. And it is good that women athletes are now a big part of these Games, since it is true that for many years, they were not allowed to compete. So we agree that not allowing people to compete in sports or certain contests because of their gender is wrong, right? Notice how quiet then feminists are about this inconvenient truth:
'According to Belinda Goldsmith of Reuters, there are two sports in which men are shut out of competition in which women compete for medals:
Men have called for action after being ruled out from competing at two events at the Summer Olympics, synchronized swimming and rhythmic gymnastics, even though there are growing numbers of men participating in both sports.
A lobby group of male synchronized swimmers wrote to the IOC and swimming's governing body FINA in June to argue that men should no longer be excluded from this event at the Olympics.
Men's rhythmic can resemble a different sport than women's. It's a strength-based competition that incorporates martial arts; power is emphasized as much as artistry. It's born from Japanese stick gymnastics, and the Japan Gymnastics Association is helping to lead the charge in an attempt to get the sport recognized as an Olympic sport.'
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