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I notice that some captions in the "Skills" section are "A player making a jump serve" or "3 players performing a block". while others say "A woman making a forearm pass or bump." and "Woman going for a dig." None say "man".
The distinction smells fiantly sexist to me, and I'd like to get rid of it. While there are some differences between men's and women's volleyball, the illustrated techniques are universal. I'd prefer to replace "woman" with "player" in the two figures, but using a gender-specific term to refer to the players in the other pictures would be an alternative.
If it's desired to describe the pictured players in more detail, the alt text would be the right place.
(The internment camp picture relates to the social aspects of volleyball, where the gender of the players is more relevant.)
Done Actually, one picture down in Strategy says "men", but your point is taken. I doubt any of our, if you'll pardon the term, fellow editors were intentionally sexist; this is probably just a case of systemic bias. Thanks for pointing it out. Celestra (talk) 04:14, 4 December 2013 (UTC) Yes it is right — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 19:02, 5 January 2014 (UTC)