Higher risks often come with bigger rewards. But there’s a tradeoff: Risk aversion yields lower rewards. The women’s national soccer team learned this lesson the hard way.
I wonder if the lackluster performance of the U.S. men in soccer has something to do with the perception of it as a sport for women and children.
Last year, the men’s World Cup generated $6 billion, and gave about 7 percent to the teams. The 2019 Women’s World Cup made $131 million, and gave out more than 20 percent to the teams.
Liberal media writers are so crouched in their defensive feminist stances that they can’t seem to see U.S. women’s soccer players’ poor behavior for what it is.
One player sacrificed a once-in-a-lifetime privilege due to her personal convictions, while the other insists on using that same privilege to essentially declare, ‘You’re either with me or against me.’
The underlying reasons male and female athletes are paid differently are the same as the reasons female models are paid more than male models.
Nobody should ever be harassed for serious personal health concerns. Zika isn’t a joke. Placing the Olympics in Rio is a serious global health risk.
Yes, U.S. women’s soccer is kicking it in the World Cup. No, women’s soccer doesn’t pull the same audience or perform at the same level as men’s.
Journalists credited the program requiring gender sports equity for USA women’s World Cup victory. They didn’t note the program’s lack of racial diversity.
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