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  • We all sound get the same much money

    Deserve equal rights and chances in everything, including prize money. This is generally an accepted fact in modern society where men and women work the same jobs, get the same education and perform the same domestic tasks in most cases. Equality has been written into law many times and is an important social value that is taught in school, media and most homes from early childhood.

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    Women are not created equal to men, as stated in the BIBLE. They were made from the rib of Adam, and thus men are better. Its the way God wants it. Women are far less good at sport and thus less money should be given to their so called "victories".

  • The Feminine Genius

    Both men and women have amazing virtues to bring to the table. Women by nature are called to be mothers. Whether of a business, children, animals, or their studies, they nurture what they encounter in their lives to build up the world with a motherly strength and care. This kind of contribution is necessary in the work force and definitely should not be considered worth less than a man's work.

  • The Feminine Genius

    Both men and women have amazing virtues to bring to the table. Women by nature are called to be mothers. Whether of a business, children, animals, or their studies, they nurture what they encounter in their lives to build up the world with a motherly strength and care. This kind of contribution is necessary in the work force and definitely should not be considered worth less than a man's work.

  • Women Deserve Equal Prizes

    Yes, in any sport or competition that women and men both compete in, women deserve equal prize money for the same performance. To suggest that anyone should deserve unfair treatment due to their gender is terrible. Women are as capable and valuable as men and they should be treated as such.

  • Yes, Nothing Should Be Given or Withheld on the Basis of Gender

    Women deserve equal rights and chances in everything, including prize money. This is generally an accepted fact in modern society where men and women work the same jobs, get the same education and perform the same domestic tasks in most cases. Equality has been written into law many times and is an important social value that is taught in school, media and most homes from early childhood.

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  • Revenue should go to those most responsible for its creation.

    Women do indeed deserve equal compensation for equal accomplishment, but this is far from a simple, cut and dry moral issue and moreover, comparison demands a metric. What that metric is largely determines what one sees as "equal."

    It's a practical question that deals more with the revenue-generating abilities of both 'sides of a sport' and asks, 'should society be allowed to decide what it favors and gives it money more favorably to that side?

    The opposing argument is entirely moralistic and thus based on reckless assumptions which ignore simple business and basic economic constraints.

    Posted by: GMR

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