Most guys who play just want to prove that they are good at something or to just be popular around their friends. Girls can be like that too, but if the girl wants to play a male dominant sport it is usually because they are in it for the love of the sport not for trying to be popular or to prove that they can do something. So it is clear that although Girls health issues with playing tackle football with guys, girls should be allowed to play tackle football with guys for two main reasons. First, Girls can be as good if not better at playing tackle football. But most importantly, Girls can do anything guys can do physically.
Some boys might think that they will hurt the girls so they will possibly slack off and refrain using all they’ve got. That results in teams not doing as well and having to be punished by the couches. They don 't think it 's a good idea because the boys might put the girls down, and that leads to bullying. They think that the coaches will pick the boys to play most of the time and the girls won 't get to play as much as the boys. Even though those are good judgments to run against why we should play together more people think that we should play together.
And how about the fact that it has a huge element of looks? These girls are supposed to look hot, at least they usually tend to. What sport has any basis in how you look?” (“Opposing views”, par.5). To this day people still have the idea that cheer is just yelling to support the boys and that 's why they think it should not be considered a sport. What people don 't know is that cheerleading has evolved to be so much more than that.
Statistics show that girls are continuing to be more competent than boys. Kimmel argues that they “feminize” boys by “forcing active, healthy, and naturally exuberant boys to conform to a regime of obedience.” This is going against their nature, which
She does so by realizing that she can take up other activities, but that Raymond could be a great runner. She wants him to achieve his maximum potential. She knows that Raymond could finally do something great, so she decides to jump at this opportunity. She also puts aside the mindset that all girls are fake with each other, realizing that girls are capable of being real with each other. Will Ferrell once said “Immature is a word boring people use to describe fun people.” This quote is trying to say that to be fun you need to be immature, which is not the case.
Many of the characters in the film are provided deeper backstories to further the development of their progress as well as the story’s conflict. The fact that the movie portrays characters like Rey, Leia, and Captain Phasma as strong, fighting women attracts a female audience, and teaches younger girls that despite what society tells them, they can be just as strong as men. Characters like Finn, Poe, and even Kylo, show the male audience that they can have softer sides to them and embrace their emotions, rather than bottle them up and result in aggressive behavior as their only outlet. The film goes to a great extent to assure fans of all races, genders, sexualities, and ages, that they are important in not only a galaxy far, far, away… but in their own community as
Emphasizes that not every female is driven by finding a prince to make them happy. Women can do manly things sometimes better than men themselves. She proves she is as a valuable asset just like any man. During the beginning she struggles with male-oriented tasks she is forced to do because they are more physically challenging to women in general, but she proves the
For the main character, Scout, mentions how she is a little girl but is overpowered by her older brother and their friend. They often boss her around to do things she may not approve simply because she is young. This is an advantage for older people because since age is valued as more knowledgeable, it overpowers the ones who are younger simply because of their age and
Another idiom used is might makes right which shows that the stronger of two opponents will rule over the other. So, the stronger person will always enjoy thinking that they are the best and right in every situation. For example, a case of where might makes right is seen when the football players would not pass the ball to any of the girls in the gym class since that knew they were
Around 45 million children aged 6-18 play organized sports in the United States; each dedicating their time to becoming the best in their league. This pressure to be the best comes from everyone that surrounds them; their parents, coaches, and even teammates push them to give their all. However, in recent years, there had been a heated debate about whether these sports are becoming too intense for young, developing athletes. Many argue that the competition of organized sports places way too much pressure on the shoulders of young athletes, and can be mentally and physically harmful to developing athletes. Others argue however, that sports help to teach young athletes the values of discipline and hardwork.