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Help us tell Rusty’s amazing story!

Don’t Call Me Sir! is based on true events. In 1959, at the New York State YMCA Judo Championships, Rusty Glickman beat the reigning State Champion – but Rusty was a single mother and the reigning champion was a man and Rusty was made to return the medal when she admitted that she was a woman.

Though she never looked at herself as an individual standing up for women’s rights, Rusty was a true trailblazer. It is thanks to Rusty that women’s judo is a competitive sport and an Olympic event. She is the only foreigner to receive Japan’s The Emperor’s Order of The Rising Sun and has been honored by women’s organizations around the world, including Billie Jean King’s Women’s Sports Foundation.

The more money we receive from you, the less control will Hollywood have.

Rusty has been an inspiration to many and the movie Don’t Call Me Sir! will be an inspiration to hundreds of millions of people around the world who deserve to experience what America has to offer.

Your contributions are needed for this movie – and we appreciate your support and having you on our team! As a token of our appreciation, you can choose from many perks on this official donation website.

Many Thanks!

Bo Svenson
magicquest


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