The catch up 13 .01 Try to change me
October 13, 2014

Why do I have to change

just to please you

I’m not happy the way I am

But I’ll change in time everyone does

You can’t try to hurt me no more

I may hurt myself

But I refuse for you to hurt me

Stuff I may do, may sound silly

But I have done this to me

and now I’ll try to stop

when I look down the road

I can’t see past the now

And I won’t ever know

How my life would be

If I didn’t cut me

so don’t try bring me down

as i am already on the ground

so don’t try to change me

it’s something I will do eventually.

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Gender in sport
February 7, 2013

I am going to mention the 12th book I have read this year. It’s called Offside by Julianna Stone. This book made helped me with a few things that are going on in my head with one of my essays for university. Gender in sport is a big thing within sport throughout the world. It’s true that it has become easier for women to progress in sport more than before. There is still a long way to go to be equal with men. The media doesn’t help promote the same it does male sports. Look in the newspapers in the back of the sport pages today. I bet there will be a maximum number of two articles about females in sport. Most of the time when we see females in sport being promoted they are used for objects of desire instead of their achievements of the sport they play. If you look at the difference between the sports and the amounts of money for men over women then say it’s OK your wrong. I want the next generation of children to grow up with the same equal chances in sport.

In education we tell our pupils treat everyone the same. As a world we don’t do this. I would bet the time is takes everyone to understand this I will no longer be alive in body. If we want true equal rights in life then as a world we will have to change. If you want the right to wear your religions clothes. The right to tattoo your own arm in a tribute to those that have past. The right to play against the best sportswomen in the world. The right to marry who you want. The right to seat where you want. The right to equal pay. The right to vote in things that effect you.

I want to have the right to change my world for the better for all the world.

One book at a time. One day at a time. One dream at a time. One right at a time.

Gender in sport. It’s not right.

There is only one rule SMILE.