Dissecting Wartburgwatch which presents itself as a blog dissecting Christian trends but dissects, mostly, conservative male Evangelicals who have a conservative view of Scripture. TWW has a progressive view of Scripture; i.e. a moderate feminist perspective. Lately, it is more and more about abusers [ men ] and victims, generally women. It is written by two women and the commenters are increasingly female.
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
THE SISTERHOOD isn't THE BROTHERHOOD
DO FEMALE COLLEGE ATHLETES LACK MENTAL TOUGHNESS?
by Paul Mirrengoff
I don’t know. I don’t watch women’s college sports, and thus have no opinion.
But Sally Jenkins of the Washington Post has one. She sees a problem:
The data shows that since. . .2012, female athletes have become more anxious, more prone to depression, less adult and more insecure than ever before. What is up with that?
According to a 2016 NCAA survey, 76 percent of all Division I female athletes said they would like to go home to their moms and dads more often, and 64 percent said they communicate with their parents at least once a day, a number that rises to 73 percent among women’s basketball players. And nearly a third reported feeling overwhelmed.