NCAA: Use the word "Men's" in the Final Four logo, just like you use the word "Women's"
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46 years after Title IX passed, the NCAA is still referring to men's basketball as just "basketball," while women's basketball is always "women's basketball." How can women’s basketball ever be equal if they continue to use a qualifier, only for women? We should use the same rules of language for men’s and women’s sports.
NCAA, please use the word “men’s” in the 2019 Men's Final Four logo. In 2018 there are two logos, one for the Final Four in San Antonio, and one for the Women’s Final Four in Columbus. The implication is that the real Final Four is the one in San Antonio.
Both the NCAA and broadcasters like CBS should use the word "men's" in logos and other printed language for men's basketball. It's time we stop implying women's sports are lesser.
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