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Women Referees in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Embedded in our society is the ideal that women are subordinate to men and therefore are not entitled to the same rights as men This attitude is not something new but rather something that has trickled down from generation to generation promoting the subordination of women Women have fought and still continue to fight for equality in all aspects of life Women still strive to gain acceptance among their male counterparts when acceptance equality does not exist in the workplace A few decades back women were thought of as menial objects only capable of holding womans work or jobs within the home Womans work consisted of taking care of the home and family More recently society has learned to accept the fact that women can hold jobs outside of the home Now those women that are in the workforce still continue to face discrimination as to the careers that they may hold This is due in part to mans fear of woman taking his place in careers suitable for man in this society Men do not want to see women flourish in a male-dominated arena such as the workforce That is why it is so important for women to strive for excellence in their quest for equality in such a gender-biased society This leads me to the thought of women refereeing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA do women deserve a fair shot refereeing collegiate football Women should be entitled to referee in the NCAA not because of the lack of their gender presence but because of their abilities to referee rationally Women are perfectly capable of refereeing collegiate football games as well as or even better than their male counterparts Referees should be experienced in the type of football that men and women play Womens touch Gender should not affect whether or not women are capable of officiating Good officiating is one of the major
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