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The Gridiron is For Girls Too The roar of the crowd the smell of the hotdogs in the air and the loud crack of the helmets on the field these are all things that football is made of Now do you find it unfair that women can not experience the excitement of creating this atmosphere like men do Not often to we hear a womans name being announced over the loud speaker for making a touchdown In some cases girls are allowed to play football through high school If they can play up through high school why are they not allowed to play in college and the NFL There should definitely be a change made to this policy Allow women to play football if they have the ability and desire to do so I agree that if women play in mens sports men should be able to play in womens sports Let a man play in college volleyball of softball if they want to As long as both sides are getting treated fairly I think anyone should be able to play whatever sport they want to play Lets take football for example there are a few points I want to touch on first Some people who oppose this idea of women in football think that when women get into football they are going to just get tackled and claim sexual harassment on some guy Women are smarter then this If a woman is good enough to make a team them one would guess that she has played football in middle school high school or with other people She is most likely well aware that football is a full contact sport There is no way a woman could claim sexual harassment just for being tackled in a game or practice Locker rooms are also a place that some people say could cause problems Women should be allowed the same accommodations men are We accommodate the handicapped
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