Published on Apr 21, 2012
On Monday, April 16, 2012, the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law hosted a panel discussion on "Homophobia in Sports and developments in policies at the institutional level."
- Professor Erin Buzuvis, Western New England University School of Law and co-founder of the Title IX Blog
- Brian Kitts, Co-founder of You Can Play
Pete Olsen, creator of blog about gay rights in the sports, "Wide Rights," and president of Moritz's Sports and Entertainment Law Association moderated the event.
Please see the following segments for more content from this great event:
01 -- Introductory Remarks
02 -- Gender Norms, Masculinity, and Homophobia
03 -- Homophobia in the Pros
04 -- 'Negative Recruiting': is it still a problem?
05 -- NFL/MLB/NBA protect for sexual orientation
06 -- Title IX: Does it protect LGBT athletes?
07 -- Importance of straight allies in sports
08 -- NCAA's new policy for transgender athletes
09 -- The Media: leading the way or lagging behind?
10 -- How can coaches become better allies?
11 -- Support network for pro athletes to come out?
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