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my friend lauren went on a rant about quidditch and it was glorious
Jersey # 94 - Chaser
Halie is a first year chaser for the team. She knows where she needs to be and how to get open, and she is always where she needs to be.
At this years Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament, Halie spent the day on the pitch working a two female chaser line. She played hard the entire day, hardly getting the break that she very much deserved.
Photo Credit: Hilary Valentine ( http://nachtaras.tumblr.com )
Maria Wizbicki, Chaser and President for the Macquarie Marauders. Maria is a fearless player, pushing herself above and beyond the limit every single game, not afraid to put her all into each and every single game. Not only that, but Maria is an incredibly welcoming and lovely person, helping all of the Rookies to the sport getting the hang of the game.
I’m reading through the IQA Rulebook when suddenly this little gem appears:
“The “two-minimum” gender rule
A quidditch game requires each team to have at least two players
on the field who identify with a different gender than at least
two other players. The gender that a player identifies with is
considered to be that player’s gender, which may or may not be
the same as that person’s sex. We call this the “two-minimum” rule.
The IQA accepts those who don’t identify within the binary
gender system, and acknowledge that not all of our players
identify as male or female. We welcome people of all identities
and genders into our league.”
You go, IQA!