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by Hunter Golden Molla Bjurstedt Mallory eight times US champion between 1915 and 1926 thought a woman should admit that she is a woman and adopt a style of tennis play which will call for all the generalship and strength which she can claim But not for more Molla was wrong Today one would be hard-pressed to see a Williams sister waggle her finger at someone else and say But not for more now or a jacked Jennifer Caprioti lose more blood on the court than Pete Sampras The credit goes all around You can give the credit to Title IX which for the past 29 years has made it illegal for Jeffery to get more playing time than Suzie You can give credit to Martina Navratalova for issuing get your weak rear in the gym papers to Chris Evrett in the early 80s Lets not forget the past either Billie Jean King said as much off the court as she did on it Never to be forgotten is the proverbial murderers row of womens rights Sojurner Truth Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Staunton This new Golden Era of Womens sports goes a lot deeper than just tennis Its all about encouragement and equal opportunity for all All of this success in womens tennis and womens sports in general for that matter would not have come about if not for some drastic change in Americans sociopolitical attitude Here in America we have hit a Golden era in womens sports Its the GA in Womens soccer womens basketball womens ice hockey womens track womens figure skating womens everything Even womens bobsledding a sport in which this years womens Olympic team beat their competition like a baby seal is in its golden era Im not even talking about your TV ratings Im talking about talent and competition Theres never been a time when womens sports were this good Theres never been a time
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