Women's World Cup Ticket Sales Plummeting as Tournament Approaches
The Women’s World Cup will be taking place in Australia and New Zealand this summer…forgive yourself if you didn’t know that.
ESPN to Display Pride Flag for Month of June at Main Campus
If you were to travel to ESPN’s main campus in Bristol, Connecticut during the month of June, you will witness a disturbing sight. Beginning today, the Worldwide Leader in Wokeness will be hoisting a transgender pride flag to show support for the “ever-oppressed” LGBT community.
Columnist Attacks ESPN's Ponder for Opposing Men in Women's Sports
The focus of this past weekend for many people across the country was setting aside a few days to remember soldiers who lost their lives in armed conflict. But for USA Today columnist Nancy Armour, the more important matter at hand was criticizing people who don’t want transgenders in women’s sports.
Jokic, Mazzulla: There Are More Important Things Than Basketball
Many professional athletes find their respective sports to be the most important element of their lives, giving far less thought to other aspects. As Tom Brady once observed, his obsession over football led to a lot of unhealthy “…
Male Disc Golfer Wins Women's Virginia Tournament After California Ban
Earlier this month, organizers of a disc golf tournament in California won an appeal to uphold a ban that prevented a biological male from competing in the women’s division.
Steph Curry Wins NBA's Annual Social Justice Award
The NBA hands out a variety of awards to players for different categories: Most Valuable Player (MVP), Defensive Player of the Year (DPOY), etc. But one trophy that the league now hands out, which shouldn’t be a surprise given how woke the league has become, is the “Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion."
WNBA Coach Is Mad Griner's First Game Back Wasn't a Sellout
Brittney Griner’s first WNBA game after being brought back home from Russia was on Friday night - not that many of you cared.
Female HS Track Athlete Loses Spot In State's To Biological Male
Adeline Johnson, a female high school student competing in the North Coast Section Meet of Champions in Dublin, CA, finished the 1600m event with a time of 4:58.63. That was good enough for fourth in the women’s division.
Stephen A. Smith Offers Reasonable Take On Daniel Penny Situation
Daniel Penny’s actions on a subway in New York City is one of the hottest topics in the news cycle. Media outlets left and right are calling Penny everything from a “hero” to…
Andscape Blames Guns - Not Ja Morant - For Gun Videos
By now you’ve probably heard about Memphis Grizzlies point guard Ja Morant and his gun-brandishing antics. He’s made an apology (albeit a very half-hearted one) and steps are being taken by the NBA to hold him accountable.
NBA Stars Provide Examples of How NOT to Act When You Make a Mistake
Every human being makes mistakes, that’s a given. What’s not guaranteed is that people will own up to their mistakes in a mature way.
Former NBA Star Says Suns are Racist for Firing Coach Monty Williams
The Phoenix Suns got eliminated by the Denver Nuggets in the NBA playoffs last Thursday. Shortly thereafter, head coach Monty Williams was fired by the Suns.
Disc Golf Org. Wins Appeal To Protect Women's Division At Tournament
In the never-ending culture war, victories can come from unlikely places and in unlikely ways. Look no further than a California court ruling on a disc golf tournament last week as a perfect example.
25 Governors Petition Biden To Protect Women's Sports
Transgendered females competing against biological women in sports is one of the most contentious issues of our day. Many celebrities and - surprisingly - female athletes support this idea.