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We believe that sports are a birthright and we use our powerful voice to advocate for equality in sports for every girl and woman. We speak out for safe, equal playing fields for school-aged and elite athletes around the world and promote female leadership in all areas of sports."

—Dr. Deborah Antoine, WSF CEO

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Semenya Challenges the IAAF Policy on Female Classification

WSF stands with ally organizations to express its unwavering support for the challenge Caster Semenya and her legal team have brought to the Court for Arbitration in Sport (CAS) regarding a recent IAAF ruling that openly discriminates against female athletes.

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Dear Congress: NCAA Diversity Pledge

WSF writes to Congress regarding the NCAA pledge and commitment to promote diversity and gender equity in intercollegiate athletics.

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WSF Responds to Secretary DeVos' Recent Title IX Announcement

WSF supports Title IX, and the rights and protection afforded by this critical piece of legislation. Secretary DeVos’ decision to open up Title IX for changes is troublesome and threatens to reverse our forward progress as a nation.

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You Have the Right to Play

Check out this overview of Title IX and learn more about your legal rights. See why everyone deserves an opportunity to play.

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History

Let’s remember where we were before 1972, and celebrate the obstacles we’ve overcome along the way.

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LGBT

Learn our views on fair treatment for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transsexual (and yes, even straight) athletes and coaches.

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For Athletes

Our female athletes are leading the charge to help ensure everyone has an equal opportunity to play sports. If their advocacy has...

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Parent Resources

They don’t teach this in school. Find out how parents and coaches can work together to support young athletes. Learn how to be supportive without losing perspective. Define your roles and boundaries, and understand your responsibilities.

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