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Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Military Revises Physical Standards
Washington DC – General Messalina “Mitzi” Marshall, the first female and transgender Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, announced Monday that there would no longer be separate physical tests and standards for male and female recruits.
Speaking from her office in the Pentagon, General Marshall said “Frankly, since late last year, we have seen outstanding young women who are every bit as tough and strong as their male counterparts. Since these women are just as good as men, there is no reason to continue the misguided, sexist, and frankly illegal discrimination . . .”
Friday, May 21, 2021
Following Lead of Military, Fire Department Changes Strength and Agility Requirement
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
After First-Round Loss at Wimbledon, Serena Williams Announces Retirement
Monday, January 3, 2023
Google Reaches Goal of Complete Gender Equity
Saturday, August 20, 2023
US Women’s Team to World Cup Finals
Barcelona, Spain – The US Women’s Soccer team is again in finals for the FIFA World Cup after eliminating China 17-1 in the semis.
Since most readers only pay attention to women’s soccer for a few days every four years, this entire report will mostly be a recap of the things real football fans already know.
The big story is that the players are all members of the high school club team that beat the previous World Cup team in a practice match in April of 2017 . . .
Wednesday, January 10, 2024
US Olympic Committee Discontinues Male Hormone Testing
Saturday, January 20, 2029
First Woman President Sworn In
Washington DC – Wearing a stunning black pantsuit with black pumps, a pearl necklace, and matching earrings, Roberta “Beta” O’Rourke-Estrada laid her hand on a Bible owned by her grandfather.Published in