Brazilian soccer: No girls allowed?

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An estimated , girls play soccer in Brazil (compared to about 13 million in the US). Pay for female professional players is meager, starting close to minimum wage, and a fraction of what young male pros make. Sponsorship levels are low, which means games are rarely aired on TV; and stands sit. “And soccer is seen as a male sport. Whoever plays soccer is a strong man, that is the image, so having a woman play soccer does not match that. They want women in the kitchen, all beautiful and sexy. Not in a soccer jersey kicking a ball around.” Brazil's affinity for soccer is unmatched anywhere in the.

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“And soccer is seen as a male sport. Whoever plays soccer is a strong man, that is the image, so having a woman play soccer does not match that. They want women in the kitchen, all beautiful and sexy. Not in a soccer jersey kicking a ball around.” Brazil's affinity for soccer is unmatched anywhere in the. So all you people who say women suck at soccer, I don't see you playing professionally and doing all these.


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