84 years ago Jackie Mitchell struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig
(back to back)

Q: how was Jackie Mitchell rewarded?
A: A few days after Mitchell struck out Ruth and Gehrig, baseball commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis voided her contract and declared women unfit to play baseball as the game was “too strenuous.”
p.s.
84 years after Jackie Mitchell struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig
(back to back)
I pitched (not a baseball) a law
(Lily’s Law: 21 to buy laxatives; keep laxatives behind counter
so(w!) THAT
kids don’t steal laxatives!
laxatives are addictive and do cause serious internal injuries)
to legislators
(those men and women who can help (hit a homerun
for) millions of girls who are battling eating disorders)
p.p.s.
I pitched Lily’s Law to Legislator Denenberg 24 months ago;
he/she/they never wrote ‘me back’
I pitched Lily’s Law to the Department of Justice 22 months ago;
he/she/they never wrote ‘me back’
I pitched Lily’s Law to NYS Attorney General 22 months ago;
he/she/they never wrote ‘me back’
I pitched Lily’s Law to US senator Gillibrand 20 months ago;
he/she/they never wrote ‘me back’
I pitched Lily’s Law to Nassau County Executive Mangano 20 months ago;
he/she/they never wrote ‘me back’
if no one (he/she/they) wrote ‘me back’
then no one hit a homerun for girls!
p.p.p.s
if I pitched Lily’s Law to you two too (NYS governor and NYS senate)
do you think you would hit a homerun for girls!
or
would you strike out?
p.p.p.p.s.
Q: how can journalists and reporters and newspapers hit homeruns
for girls!?
A: help girls! by raising awareness and by holding legislators accountable!
ask everyone I wrote to (pitched Lily’s Law to):
if you ‘tell us’ THAT (you are pro-woman and pro-girl power)
then why did you not ‘show us’ THAT (hit a homerun for girls!)
when Timothy J Golden pitched Lily’s Law: 21 to buy laxatives to you?
p.p.p.p.p.s.
don’t tell anyone but 16 months ago while everyone was sleeping
I pitched Lily’s Law: 21 to buy laxatives to:
1) Congressman Pete King
2) US senator Schumer