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I’m all for equal pay but women’s soccer does not generate enough revenue to support anything like comparable wages to the men’s game. Soccer is not a sport that makes sense for this argument. Concentrate on equal pay activism in industries which 95% women and men actually employed. Sorry for mansplaning to those that think I’m mansplaning in advance.
Why not just support women’s soccer at all levels. That’s really the only way this gets changed. Not by demanding it but by being the change.
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Y’all know that women’s US soccer team is getting paid more than the men’s soccer team
Thanks for this!
They ignore simple math because the “feel” they deserve more haha if they were smart they would work on endorsement deals for extra $$$
NOT A GAME! This is an amazing show of support! ❤️
Ur all fucken crazy
Actually the women make 12% of earnings and the males make 9%. To close the "gap" we would need to pay the women less or the men more.🤷🏻♂️ this blatant feminazi propaganda is laughable.
They are getting paid more than enough. In fact, I'd argue that that make too much.
Bitchs are overrated and overpaid😭
You already get equal pay Jack Ass. You won’t get as much but it’s still equal because less people watch and your sport is less important. Stop being cunts and saying this ridiculous EQUAL PAY because it’s already equal.
Generate more money...they may win more, but the men’s team are still better players.
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