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6 Critical Reasons to Rethink Football and Kids

Warning: This is a long-read, but not nearly as long as an average Super Bowl. Now that the Superbowl is over, people can focus on what to do about the reality of football-related head injuries and how to manage risks.  If you are an adult athlete, what do you do given the possible economic consequences? […]

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Top 14 Sexist Super Bowl Ads and the #NotBuyingIt Campaign

Super Bowl ads are big business. In 2011, the Super Bowl yielded the number 1 spot for ratings. With record-breaking numbers, an average of 111.3 million people watched this Sunday’s game. With so many people watching, “this means most women, children, LGBT” and people of color are watching too. Yet the advertising skews to white, […]

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The Superbowl and the Sex Trade

Is the Super Bowl the largest child sex trafficking event in the U.S.? The Big Game is known for the bacchanalia that surrounds it. However, we don’t typically think of the illegal prostitution of minors at the same time. It’s a buzz kill if ever there was one. But, the Super Bowl probably has a […]

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