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'Add sex and stir': homophobic coverage of women's cricket in Australia

, : 'Add sex and stir': homophobic coverage of women's cricket in Australia. Journal of Sport and Social Issues 19(3): 266-284

In January 1984, there occurred one of the most extraordinary events in the history of women's sport in Australia. It was reported on national television and radio that female cricketer Denise Annetts had been dropped from the Australian team and had lodged a complaint over her dismissal with the Anti-Discrimination Board.

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