FanSided Features

Boston Renegades wide receiver Adrienne Smith reflects on a historic WFA season as the Renegades relish a four-peat championship year. Many football fans recall their first memory seeing the NFL on television. A three-year-old Adrienne Smith was among them, and she even began practicing her moves against a formidable opponent: a teddy bear named Ginger.
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Journalists Frankie de la Cretaz and Lyndsey D’Arcangelo, and Semi-Pro Hall of Fame linebacker Holly Custis, discuss women’s football as a safe queer space. Heterosexual men have fought to keep football reserved for men, justifying gendered exclusion with everything from quack medical theories about female anatomy to a sneaky clause in Title IX that still
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Jona Xiao represents Asian-American women on the screen and on the field as the star quarterback of the No. 1-ranked flag football team, She-Unit.  Jona Xiao has dedicated her life to a noble cause: fighting against racism against Asian-Americans by increasing AAPI representation however she can. When she’s on the clock, Jona is an acclaimed
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