sports teams

  • December 2, 2016  

    Keith Strudler wants to see the end of football played by very young children — and not just because of the danger of concussions. He argues that the sport teaches kids to act rough and selfish, as well as that masculinity is strength, while femininity is cheering from the sidelines. Older players are able to separate the sport from life, he says, but for younger ones, that’s not easy. Continue reading