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Are things equal between the sexes in college sports Monday night football wont be shown this week instead womens field hockey will be aired Monday night football has been a long lasting American pastime and a change like this would tend to really shock and upset millions of dedicated football fans This group made up of mostly men gather round the tube each week for a chance to watch men running around a field carrying a ball and running into each other The situation I stated earlier probably wont happen at least not in the near future Mens sports still seem to dominate and in order to allow this to be changed certain steps must be taken First of all the situation needs to be addressed as a serious problem then those people affected need to be determined Next the cause of the problem needs to be addressed and finally it is time to think of solutions So first of all is there really a problem Why does it matter that men get all the attention in sports Thats the way it has been for hundreds of years dating back to the first Olympics But then again why should men get all the attention women work just as hard as men at their sports why not give them some credit Men and women are treated differently in sports ranging from the size of budgets the number of scholarships given and in how many athletes are participating in sports Mens athletic budgets are without a doubt a lot higher than womens athletic budgets On average mens athletic budgets are nearly five times that of womens Moline 18 An example of this is at schools that offer womens sports of field hockey and volleyball that have budgets less than 20 of that which is allocated for mens sports Hanmer 13 Overall operating funds for womens
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