In the 1980s, women's athletic programs at colleges were second fiddle to male athletics. To counter this injustice, Title IX would eventually be enforced. This federal law guaranteed female teams would receive equal funding than the male teams (football was excepted from this rule). Opposition to this step of equality, or perhaps unnecessary government intrusion, could have taken a couple of different avenues. First: Mobilize critics of Title IX, lobby congress, run expensive ads on TV, and change hearts and minds one by one. This strategy would have been time consuming and expensive. A less expensive option: Stalk nubile female athletes, follow them into the shower or steam-bath, wait for them to strip, then chase them all wet and nude through hallways and skewer them with a javelin. Today we take a peek at 1984's "Fatal Games."