Describe what “problem” Betty Friedan exposes and give a clear explanation of why so many women are suffering from it. Explain how it leads to women rebelling and then use Phyllis Schlafly’s “Women Libbers Do Not Speak for Us” to explain how Schlafly argues against women’s liberation.
did not have the organization, post-season structure or standardized rules required to be considered a varsity sport, when trying to comply with gender-equity requirements, upholding a U.S. District Court decision against Quinnipiac University. To elaborate on Title IX, the distinction of a sport falls on whether it has coaches, practices, competitions during a defined season and a structured governing organization. The primary concern for the sport should be competing not just the support of other athletic teams. Cheerleading was attached to the idea of preparation for performances during football games and sports council emphasises on the human physical activity involved when the sporting activity takes place and not activity in preparation for it. Though, the increase of cheerleading as a competitive sport has been through the increase of competitions just focused on cheerleading itself, within America and now especially within the United Kingdom. Where there have been the largest known competitions with numerous divisions from University teams and professional teams whether they are co-ed or all girls teams for example The British Cheer Association National Championships, held in Telford, March 26-27, 2016. There has been an unusual but gradual popularity upsurge for cheerleading within the UK. “Loughborough University’s cheerleading team, Goldrush, reports that the number of members has increased by 27.3 per cent this year, and the University of Exeter’s cheerleading team, the Exeter Emeralds, have seen a whopping 85 per cent increase in membership numbers since 2011.” This is also evident from its social popularity growth as well as its involvement in schools. Many more children have considered attendance as an extracurricular sport as well as, including it being included within school curriculums. ‘The Department of Education shows that 37% of schools are now offering cheerleading in PE lessons have been greeted with scorn in the media’. The involvement of the sport within compulsory physical education lessons encourages and satisfies a lot of the stigma around cheerleading. The benefit of the promotion of cheerleading will deliver better equipment, facilities and training for coaches. The UK Cheerleading Association (UKCA) brings 200,000 girls to the programme, who are already involved with many sports covered by This Girl Can. The This Girl Can project developed by Sport England, supports female exercise and sporting activities. With the promotions of Cheer by such organisations like Sport England, enables the sport to reach a whole other range, as well as it being endorsed by ESPN. In order for Cheerleading to be recognised as a sport, the National Governing Body (NGB) must complete certain requirements set out within the Sports Councils’ Recognition Policy 2017. It becomes obligatory for candidates to first read the Applicant Guidance and then complete a pre-application form. The pre-application was created to ensure the potential organisation meets its basic criteria prior to progressing to full application stage. However, even before they are able to apply, they need to make sure they are maintaining all four pre-application >GET ANSWER