break the mark and the status quo.

Jenny Fey of Washington DC Scandal throws around Catherine Hui of Vancouver Traffic at 2016 Club Nationals. (Paul Andris, Ultiphotos)

Jenny Fey of Washington DC Scandal throws around Catherine Hui of Vancouver Traffic at 2016 Club Nationals. (Paul Andris, Ultiphotos)

write content

We are committed to bringing you stories that you want to hear and you are the best person to write that article! Do you have an article you want to write about that has something to do with the intersection between intersectionality and ultimate? Send your ideas to create@thenationalultimateleague.com.

Gender

We are looking for articles around gender inclusion in ultimate and how we could expand our language beyond "man" d and the "men's" and "women's" divisions. 

 

Race

As a community, we primarily benefit from white privilege in a time when bodies of color are constantly being abused. How do we recognize our privilege as a community? How do we make our sport more inclusive? 

other topics

We want to hear from you about other topics, such as sexuality, ablism in a sports context, youth development, long term vision, how our sport can be both political and a safe space (or is that even possible?), and many more!  

We encourage you to be creative with these articles. There are neither word limits nor design restrictions.

Got a pitch? We'll work with you as you write it! Email create@thenationalultimateleague.com.