“So, to the issue of these ‘chalk talks.’ Some can be tastefully run, yes. By a few accounts of attendees that I’ve spoken to in recent weeks (reporters weren’t permitted to cover the event), Penn State’s (for $120 a pop) was fairly inclusive, with somewhat gender-neutral marketing and language. I suppose you pay more for implied sexism as opposed to overt sexism,” writes Penn State football reporter Jourdan Rodrigue.
“So, to the issue of these ‘chalk talks.’ Some can be tastefully run, yes. By a few accounts of attendees that I’ve spoken to in recent weeks (reporters weren’t permitted to cover the event), Penn State’s (for $120 a pop) was fairly inclusive, with somewhat gender-neutral marketing and language. I suppose you pay more for implied sexism as opposed to overt sexism,” writes Penn State football reporter Jourdan Rodrigue. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
“So, to the issue of these ‘chalk talks.’ Some can be tastefully run, yes. By a few accounts of attendees that I’ve spoken to in recent weeks (reporters weren’t permitted to cover the event), Penn State’s (for $120 a pop) was fairly inclusive, with somewhat gender-neutral marketing and language. I suppose you pay more for implied sexism as opposed to overt sexism,” writes Penn State football reporter Jourdan Rodrigue. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
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Women shouldn’t have to ‘pay’ for inclusion into football

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