Men And Women Should Not Play Sports Together

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I believe that men and women should not play sports together. Every person has had a time in their life when they had an argument about which gender is better. On a playground in grade school every child has been in an argument saying “boys and girls drool” or vice versa. In this day and age those same kids have grown up and women have gain equal rights with men which they deserve. There’s an argument saying that men and women should be playing sports together as well. However, there are a lot of people in this world that are for and against this idea.
I’m a student at the University of Arkansas Fayetteville campus and I’m enrolled in a freshman Comp I class. I will be gathering my data through surveys and observations that I have made throughout
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(Survey Monkey). Men outweigh women by an average of thirty pounds (McManus). In sports having an athlete that outweighs another athlete can be a big advantage and could possibly be dangerous for the undersized opponent. In sports as a whole, athleticism is an advantage. Athleticism is made up of several components: speed, agility, size, and strength. Men tend to focus and rely on these aspects of the game while girls tend to focus on technique, fundamentals and perfecting basketball skills while gaining valuable basketball IQ. Both of these aspects are important to sports and could be deciding factors in …show more content…
The sport all together is the same. Everyone plays by the same rules and restrictions, but there’s just too much of a difference between the genders in sports. Men and women have different playing styles and they do not mix well. They have been separated for a very long time and they should remain that way for many of the reasons that I have listed above. There will always be women that can beat men in their respected sports and vise versa, but the game is setup the way it should remain for women to play competitive against women and men to play against other

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