Equal chances or equal outcomes?

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    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 25 %
    Supporting Text:
    I think it is a slippery road to go down. But for me at first glance it feels better to strive for equal opportunities and not equal outcome. So this would mean not focus so much on the financial outcome. But focus on investing in the quality of the sport and entertainment level.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 40 %
    Supporting Text:
    This issue is often framed as "equal pay for equal work" which is an economic question, dependent on complex market forces. Equal opportunity is more of a social question.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 65 %
    Supporting Text:
    An athlete, male or female, seeks to "go pro" by offering his/her skills on the market; the demand by athlete employers depends on audience/media attention. The vast majority of non-professional sports are done not for employment contracts but for health, fulfillment or glory. In the current situation, imposing equal pay (across sports or with each particular sport) would make it more difficult for women to "go pro". I agree with the plaintiff: better to grow access to and attention to women's sport, and leave possible gender-equal pay to later, when it will be easier.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 65 %
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    An athlete, male or female, seeks to "go pro" by offering his/her skills on the market; the demand by athlete employers depends on audience/media attention. The vast majority of non-professional sports are done not for employment contracts but for health, fulfillment or glory. In the current situation, imposing equal pay (across sports or with each particular sport) would make it more difficult for women to "go pro". I agree with the plaintiff: better to grow access to and attention to women's sport, and leave possible gender-equal pay to later, when it will be easier.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 25 %
    Supporting Text:
    I think it is a slippery road to go down. But for me at first glance it feels better to strive for equal opportunities and not equal outcome. So this would mean not focus so much on the financial outcome. But focus on investing in the quality of the sport and entertainment level.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 40 %
    Supporting Text:
    This issue is often framed as "equal pay for equal work" which is an economic question, dependent on complex market forces. Equal opportunity is more of a social question.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
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    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
    Supporting Text:
    In the US this is often framed by Title IX federal regulations regarding opportunities for women to play sports in publicly supported schools. Without this opportunity women can't develop sports skills that could eventually provide economic opportunities.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    There is the huge issue of equality vs. fairness, and a network of feedback loops economically and socially that is at play here!

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    There is the huge issue of equality vs. fairness, and a network of feedback loops economically and socially that is at play here!

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 25 %
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    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
    Supporting Text:
    In the US this is often framed by Title IX federal regulations regarding opportunities for women to play sports in publicly supported schools. Without this opportunity women can't develop sports skills that could eventually provide economic opportunities.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 45 %
    Supporting Text:
    It’s something with a lot of nuances and a lot of strong opinions. And there are many ways to see this

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 70 %
    Supporting Text:
    There are many factors to consider across the entire spectrum, from amateur to professional sports

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
    Supporting Text:
    Maybe the question should be, "what is the social function of pro sports?'

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 65 %
    Supporting Text:
    Why do more firmly feminist women not support women's sports by attending their games? Just one of many questions to ask.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 25 %
    Supporting Text:
    It’s something with a lot of nuances and a lot of strong opinions. And there are many ways to see this

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 70 %
    Supporting Text:
    There are many factors to consider across the entire spectrum, from amateur to professional sports

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 75 %
    Supporting Text:
    That true equality means that everyone earns the same?

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 75 %
    Supporting Text:
    That true equality means that everyone earns the same?

    Answer:
    I'm not sure what the deceit is.
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
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    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 75 %
    Supporting Text:
    That true equality means that everyone earns the same?

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 75 %
    Supporting Text:
    That true equality means that everyone earns the same?

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 75 %
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    That true equality means that everyone earns the same?

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 60 %
    Supporting Text:
    I do believe the intention is well

    Answer: Don't Know
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
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    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Just a focus on equality while forgetting the complexities (moral and economic) of "fairness vs. equality".

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Just a focus on equality while forgetting the complexities (moral and economic) of "fairness vs. equality".

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 60 %
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    I do believe the intention is well

    Answer: Don't Know
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
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    Answer:
    To strive for equality
    Answer Confidence: 60 %
    Supporting Text:
    To strive for equality

    Answer:
    To strive for equality
    Answer Confidence: 60 %
    Supporting Text:
    To strive for equality

    Answer:
    To strive for equality
    Answer Confidence: 60 %
    Supporting Text:
    To strive for equality

    Answer:
    To strive for equality
    Answer Confidence: 60 %
    Supporting Text:
    To strive for equality

    Answer:
    To strive for equality
    Answer Confidence: 60 %
    Supporting Text:
    To strive for equality

    Answer:
    To strive for equality
    Answer Confidence: 75 %
    Supporting Text:
    To strive for equality

    Answer: Don't Know
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
    Supporting Text:

    Answer: Don't Know
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
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    Answer: Don't Know
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
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    Answer: Don't Know
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
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    Answer: Don't Know
    Answer Confidence: 25 %
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    Answer: Don't Know
    Answer Confidence: 50 %
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    Answer:
    Is everyone earning the same true equality?
    Answer Confidence: 100 %
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    Answer:
    Is everyone earning the same true equality?
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:

    Answer:
    Is everyone earning the same true equality?
    Answer Confidence: 100 %
    Supporting Text:

    Answer:
    How to increase opportunity by increasing chances to access professional women's sports?
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:

    Answer:
    Is everyone earning the same true equality?
    Answer Confidence: 100 %
    Supporting Text:

    Answer:
    Is everyone earning the same true equality?
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
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