September 26, 2013
'We Felt Like We Were Above the Law': How The NCAA Endangers Women

A new report on Oklahoma State’s use of “hostesses” to lure in recruits reveals yet another instance of the NCAA normalizing sexism. But there are ways it can change.
Read more. [Image: Bradford J]

'We Felt Like We Were Above the Law': How The NCAA Endangers Women

A new report on Oklahoma State’s use of “hostesses” to lure in recruits reveals yet another instance of the NCAA normalizing sexism. But there are ways it can change.

Read more. [Image: Bradford J]

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