Opinion | What it was like growing up under Title IX: Unequal with uninterested coaches

In the spring of 1984, when I made the roster of the David Lipscomb High School Lady Mustangs fastpitch softball team, we wore scratchy, double-knit polyester purple pants and white jerseys that surely were as old as Title IX, the 1972 law that forced schools to offer equal athletic opportunities to girls. What my school offered its girls sports teams

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