It doesn't matter to me who is better, but the original point in the thread wasn't whether women are better than men or vice versa, the point is that several major news outlets have started in the past couple of years to feature WSL stories on the main page whereby they're given equal weighting to PL stories etc. which seems to a lot of people, myself included, to be a bit daft. I've got no problem with women's football, but I do have a problem with it being given an artificially high level of coverage relative to the amount of interest that readers/viewers have in it purely on the basis of some sort of attempt to be politically correct. The general interest in WSL news is probably comparable to the level of interest in non-league men's football. Alongside stories like "Harry Kane set to captain England at World Cup 2018" you never get "Cheshunt FC part ways with manager after poor start to Isthmian League season" and rightly so because the level of interest generated by the second story is pretty much insignificant except for the small group of people who follow Cheshunt FC. And yet over the past year/18 months you've started seeing alongside that Harry Kane story things like "Birmingham Ladies captain scores brace away to Leicester Ladies". That to me is wrong because it makes no sense in terms of news and/or business. The only reason you would give that article such artificially inflated weighting is as part of some equal opportunities push or PC thing. Yes, I can avoid watching women's football (and do) but it's just daft that when I'm scrolling through the football news I now have to also scroll through all these niche articles about WSL for no valid reason whatsoever.