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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chubby wrote:
I'm pleased my 6 year old daughter, who loves playing football, will have some positive female footballing role-models to look up to. I don't want her growing up thinking she should follow out-dated gender norms. If she wants to be a footballer and dreams of being one then why should she be denied this dream by a bunch of blokes that don't get it.

Perhaps women's football just isn't for some people, in the same way as blind football or walking football may not be, but it should be there for those that want to access it nonetheless.

Women's football is growing at an incredible rate, it's a very different experience to men's football and there are plenty of people that prefer it. I'm not one of them but as mentioned, if you like it watch it, if you don't do something else.



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