Players in the National Women’s Soccer League are speaking up about the abusive work environments that can develop when women are underpaid.
It’s not just Delta whiplash that’s getting people down. Even when the pandemic ends, post-vaccine life is going to be awkward.
A little-known Supreme Court ruling makes it legal for the league to promote its men’s and women’s teams unequally.
The National Women’s Hockey League distanced itself from a Barstool Sports endorsement, sparking a firestorm about how teams should build their audiences.
Here’s why you probably haven’t heard about it.
A new policy could transform the way professional female athletes experience pregnancy in their respective sports.
The argument that the female champions can draw big crowds only during World Cup years doesn’t consider the lacking investment from their governing body.
Some 1 billion people tuned in to the games this year, making the USWNT’s victory even more crucial in their upcoming legal fight for equal pay.
It’s not just about the game—these athletes are playing with something more to prove.
In a new lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation, the athletes say they earn just a fraction of what their less successful male counterparts make.
Female athletes have historically received very little attention from activists and advocates for gender equality. Why?