Title IX and Amy Love!

Linda Purrington (lpurring@earthlink.net)
Tue, 09 Jun 1998 09:46:28 -0700

I clipped the following announcement, elated to recognize the woman who
at age 10 filed a Title IX lawsuit represented by Equal Rights Advocates
of San Francisco, against sex discrimination in the California Youth
Soccer League. Because of her my daughter began to play soccer at age 5
and this year was the only freshman on her high school's varsity soccer
team. When she was six I found Amy Love's story in a book called
GirlSports, and read it to the team. If you can find that book, it is a
well-written collection of similar stories, a great educational
Linda Purrington
Title IX Advocates

[SF] Peninsula resident Amy Love, is the publisher of the upcoming "Real
Sports" magazine. Providing the real representation of today's girls
and women athletes, the magazine will debut in December of this year and
will be nationally distributed.

"Real Sports" is currently seeking to build a database of 200,000
individuals who are interested in following girls' and women's sports to
prove to advertisers that a market does in fact exist for this type of
publication. The web site is located at <www.loves-real-sports.com>, where
individuals can sign up to receive the first three issues of the magazine
free of charge.

Contact Amy Love at 650-329-1072 or via email at
<amy@loves-real-sports.com> or <adlprises@aol.com>.

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