Jennifer Hermoso Not only did she win the Women’s World Cup with Spain, she revolutionized the sport, though not under the circumstances she wanted.Tusas del Pachuca players were victims of a horrific moment Luis Rubiales, President of the Royal Spanish Federation (RFEF)pounced on her and kissed her on the mouth without her consent and with joy and celebration of winning the Women’s World Cup.
the behavior of Rubiales The player was heavily criticized for deciding not to take part in the gender-based violence she, her teammates and other athletes had to endure, despite assurances from the sacked president that Jenny had given her consent.The power is like Rubialesand stated his position to deny what Lewis said.
Don’t worry about being banned, or being accused of being a liar, this really happened to the Spanish Football Federation itself, Jennifer Hermoso be rejected Rubiales and called for her exemplary punishment to end the abuse that millions of women around the world have historically had to endure.
For this reason, we remember the athletes who used their actions to defy the system and revolutionize sports.
American Simone Biles She was one of the favorite gymnasts to sweep the gold medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, but unexpectedly announced she was withdrawing from the competition due to mental health reasons.
Simone Biles She is the most decorated gymnast in the world and expectations are high for her at these Olympics. When the USA Gymnastics team competes in the finals, bile She decided to withdraw from the competition, saying she was not mentally ready to continue.
bile He gave a clear example that mental health is just as important as physical health and gave examples of how celebrities should take care of themselves in this regard as well.
U.S. Women’s National Team
In a historic move, the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) has reached an agreement to achieve equal pay for equal work in the U.S. women’s and men’s soccer teams.
The USSF now guarantees “equal pay for equal work under the same economic conditions,” making itThe first federation to compete in a World Cup with equal prize money for both men’s and women’s teams.
seven years ago, Colin Kaepernick Former San Francisco 49ers NFL players protest after George Flotz’s death, The quarterback took a knee during the U.S. national anthem to show his stance against racism. Kaepernick He successfully changed the NFL’s rules after launching an unprecedented protest against racism.
At the start of the 2016 NFL season, something little known happened.field marshal Colin Kaepernick The protest movement began during the playing of the American national anthem. Colin’s reasoning was that there was a wave of police violence, particularly against African Americans, in July and August 2016, resulting in multiple deaths.
“I will not proudly look at a flag from a country that oppresses black and brown people. This is bigger than a game to me and I would be selfish if I turned a blind eye to it. There are bodies in the streets, There are people who get away with it. It’s not something I would leave out there. I’m not looking for anyone’s approval. I have to help people who are being suppressed. If they take away my football rights, I will know that I am because Winning by doing the right thing.”
Not only NFL players participated in the protest, but also players from other sports such as LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Dwayne Wade. Colin caused a stir in the world and received all kinds of criticism. However, he terminated his contract with San Francisco after the season, not thinking that this would be his last time wearing an NFL uniform.
Carl Nassib, The Las Vegas Raiders defensive back becomes the first active NFL player to publicly announce that he is gay.
announcement nassib This came via a video on Instagram, in which he explained that he wanted to take “a moment” to let everyone know that he was gay because then he would feel comfortable doing so.
Nassib admitted he had been considering the decision for some time and said he considers himself an introvert and that he was not looking for attention in any situation but to be “responsible” for his beliefs, as well as representation and visibility. .
“In fact, I hope that one day, videos like this and the entire submission process will no longer be necessary. But until then, I will do my best to do my part to foster an accepting, compassionate And I will start by donating $100,000 to The Trevor Project.”