As everyone knows, women only get paid $0.78 per men's dollar without adjusting for number of hours, experience, industry, and many other such irrelevant metrics. As you must also know, the US women's soccer team has sued the U.S. Soccer Federation with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. http://espn.go.com/espnw/sports/art...discrimination-action-vs-us-soccer-federation That made me ponder about the great discrimination against the WNBA players. According to basketball-reference.com, the average salary in the NBA for 15-16 was $4,021,836. In contrast, WNBA maximum salary was $75,000 in 2015. Ignoring the fact that nobody watches the WNBA, smaller revenue, and that nobody watches the WNBA, this is a clear case of gender-based discrimination, which we should all fight against if we don't want to be called bigots.