In the other article “Why Boycotting the NFL Because of Ray Rice is Not the Answer,” by Kate Nolan is about people who want to boycott the NFL, but it will not work out because the audience will not appreciate that. The critical thinkers from the NFL conversation would be eliminated as well. The NFL will continue making money, but with less responsibilities. Kate Nolan did not like the fact that the NFL would always talk about increasing their audience, but they never mention about domestic violence, racism, and corruption about the NFL. Nowadays women’s opinion does not matter. Sports media also mentioned that since women have never played Football they ...
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...year 1968 unlike Today. I honestly think Ray Rice deserves more than the suspension he got. He deserves to get arrested for domestic violence against his finance. I feel like the only reason why he had the nerves to punch her was because he is a guy and girls will not do anything about it. The only reason why girls do not stand up for themselves is because regardless if they do their opinion will not matter anyways. Therefore, it is useless to do so. Also, I think it is unfair for women to not take part in any sports because maybe women are better than men in sports. Also, they might have interesting ideas or opinions that they want to address it to the world as well. People and coaches should stop discriminating against women because women might have special athletic skills than men which the NFL have never seen because they never give them the opportunity to do so.
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