Should women be allowed to be football players in the NFL?

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Feb 5, 2016 in Football (Soccer) ⚽ by MidnightCowboy (26,138 points)

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Marianne Feb 5, 2016

Now, I must ask a silly question:

On an international level, women's rugby, soccer and American football championships, cups, etc. are organised. Don't they have same or similar championships, cups or challenges for women on a national level, like for soccer or rugby in Europe, for instance?


MidnightCowboy Marianne Feb 5, 2016
I just know there has never been a woman football player allowed to play in the NFL.
TheOtherTink Feb 5, 2016

Well, when Bernie Sanders becomes president, he'll organize the Nationalized Football League.

It will have equal representation of men and women players, and of course all races, ethnic groups, sexual orientations, transgenders, etc. will all likewise be represented according to their percentages of the general population.  For all groups, ability to play football will not be a factor, because that would be discriminatory and insensitive.

Oh, and watching the games will be mandatory, or else you will incur a hefty fine by the IRS.

Feel the Bern, rah, rah!  Feel the Bern, rah, rah!  Goooo, Bernie!

amberleechoo Feb 5, 2016

Yeah I thinks so.

Roy Munson May 3, 2016

absolutely not.

stargazing Feb 22, 2017
If there are enough women wanting to play football and are unable to because the league doesn't exist, they should create WNFL :)  Of course, they'd need to bring in enough money and the players definitely need to be selected by whatever requirements. 

It looks like the problem is that the programs probably won't be as popular and demanded for as the original NFL's.

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