Molly Knight

Molly Knight

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Molly Knight wrote about baseball for ESPN the Magazine for eight seasons. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Glamour, SELF, Vanity Fair, Baseball Prospectus, and Variety. Her first book, The Best Team Money Can Buy: The Los Angeles Dodgers Wild Struggle to Build a Baseball Powerhouse, was a New York Times Bestseller.

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Cheerleaders to NFL: Time's Up for You Too

As the league drags its feet, MarieClaire.com gets an exclusive update on the status of the dancers' complaints.

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Becky Hammon, Woman, Is Up for an NBA Head Coaching Job

And no matter what the haters say, she's earned it.

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NFL Cheerleaders Shamed for Being Too Sexy—and Not Having Sex at All

In two recent complaints, dancers describe a suffocating culture of discrimination and harassment.

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The Real Story of the Battle of the Sexes

Billie Jean King on the match that made history—and headlines all over again with this weekend's big-screen premiere.

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Are Women Equal in America? A Look At Title IX's Impact 45 Years Later

Molly Knight examines what the landmark legislation has meant for American women.

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Rachel Nichols Is One of the Sports World's Few Female Voices—but That's Not Why She's a...

It's because she's not afraid to ask the tough questions. Here, writer Molly Knight puts her in the hot seat.

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Championship Teams Are Boycotting the White House—Here's What That Means for Trump

From several Patriots to the whole Warriors roster, players are making waves by skipping the traditional Presidential meet-up.