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FIGHT FOR WNBA JERSEYS IN STORES

17 Signatures Goal: 2

When you walk into a Nike, Reebok, Addidas or an Under Armour store and go to the jersey section what do you see? I see NFL jerseys, NBA jerseys, and MLB jerseys. Have you ever seen a WNBA jersey? I haven’t, since I’ve been growing up it’s always been a pleasure watching Candace Parker and Sheryl Swoopes. But I have never seen one of their jerseys. I think it is a very blatant statement these companies are trying to send. Men are amazing at basketball, women aren’t even close to them. Brittney Griner is the best girls’ basketball player right now. But, she will never have as much hype about her like LeBron James or Kevin Durant. Griner is hardly ever featured in magazines. She probably won’t have shoes, like Maya Moore doesn’t or Candace Parker. When John Wall came into the NBA he got shoes. Why can’t girls get that luxury? It is pure and simple if you are a girl you are not going to be as elite as men are in basketball. This is because you are a girl. Revenue is gained in cities with basketball teams. Our economy is struggling. So let’s help it get more efficient and make WNBA jerseys be sold in stores. People enjoy being able to watch Candace Parker and Maya Moore. That means that people will cherish the opportunity to show off their favorite players/role models. And when that happens money is produced, and that helps the economy. Please join me to ask Nike, Under Armour , Addidas, and Reebok to feature WNBA jerseys in their stores you can help me by signing this petition to help fight for non-gender bias.

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    qjpgtzmrl United States
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    fqqomlgl Switzerland
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    Carlyn China
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    Daisy Italy
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    JoAnna Clasberry United States
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    Mary Sue Gonzales United States
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    Eric N. Johnson United States
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    Ava Smith United States
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    Dee Dee Johnson United States
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    Eric Johnson United States
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    Diana Johnson United States
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