A. Barton Hinkle on Sex Segregation in Sports and the Military


The last few weeks we've heard a lot about women—their reproductive rights, their economic circumstances, whether Ann Romney ever worked a day in her life, whether Augusta National should drop its men-only policy, whether Republicans are waging war on anyone with two X chromosomes, etc. But shouldn't any discussion of women's place in society, writes A. Barton Hinkle, touch on the two places in society where women remain distinctly unequal?