Artificial Turf At Women’s World Cup Seen As Gender Discrimination

Organizers of the Women’s World Cup in Canada have come under fire for their decision to have games played on artificial turf, which critics say is a form of gender discrimination since men’s World Cup matches are on grass and turf is much harder to play on. What do you think?

“Typical women, crying about unfairness every time it’s blatant.”

Erik Sullivan • Yarn Unwinder


“Male players have disadvantages too—they have to play in front of deafening crowds of cheering fans.”

Julia Everman • Litter Box Scooper

“Yeah, but have you ever seen a woman stand on a real piece of ground? It’s just weird-looking.”

Doug Knauss • Unemployed

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