Why Title IX is No Longer a Benefit to the World of Sports By Molly Blake

The "power" of Title IX is dominating athletic programs across the country because of the inequality it creates among men and women athletes

Because of the regulations of Title IX, women's sports have flourished; however, it has lessened the equality between men's and women's athletics. Several athletic programs have had to make sacrifices and remove men's programs or not have the opportunity to add more men's teams.

The comparison between Liberty's club sports and NCAA sports shows how many more women's NCAA sports there are, and the larger number of men's club sports there are.

These club teams, as well as several others at Liberty, all wish to compete at the NCAA level
From the outside, NCAA sports may look equal, but several athletic programs struggle to keep up with Title IX's idea of "equality"

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