Marion Bartoli won the women’s final after 81 minutes. It took 190 minutes for Andy Murray to win the men’s final. That was after a 283 minutes semi final game.
81 minutes to win 2 set women’s final, 190 minutes for 3 set men’s final. Same prize money for half the work. As usual.
Women fought for "EQUALITY" in tennis: They get the same prize money as men for less sets in shorter time with weaker play and lower ticket prices.
- less sets (2 instead of 3 minimum)
- much shorter time
- of course, much weaker game. The 203 seeded man wiped 2 top 10 seeded women off the court in one afternoon game.Human Stupidity reported. Of course, there is no doubt that Murray would wipe Bartoli off the court playing left handed.
- and lower entrance money: anyone please tell me how much the tickets were to the men’s game vs. the woman’s game this year?
- Women usually have more time at hand to play doubles, thus finally earning more money then the men.
But thus is modern politically correct EQUALITY. Same outcome for vastly different performance.
The wait ended Saturday when Bartoli defeated Sabine Lisicki, 6-1, 6-4, in 81 minutes to win Wimbledon. NYT
Women lose to men in chess, darts, snooker, tennis, math contests, spelling bees, Wikipedia participation, patent applications, and, amazingly can not even compete in cooking.
Fire fighters are hampered by quota women who don’t have the strength to carry an injured comrade, to wrestle a ladder, or to break a door.
But society needs quota women for "equality". Equal outcome for unequal performance. Roy Baumeister and others explained, why men have higher variance at all traits, even in those where they have same mean performance. Men are over-represented at the top, and at the bottom (in prison, on death row, work accidents, homelessness, suicide and life span)
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