"Invisible Women" by Caroline Criado-Perez masterfully explores the gender data gap and how it discriminates against women in almost every aspect of life, despite the evidence.
Women suffer much. Women's faces don't fit pandemic PPE. Crash test dummies are male-sized, making women 47% more likely to be injured in a car incident.
Women playing football in men's footwear have greater injuries. Evidence supports that. It requires further research.
Women are three times more likely to sustain an ACL tear like the one England captain and all-around heroine Leah Williamson experienced
Beth Mead and Vivianne Miedema's recent injury. Women recover in 10 months, whereas males require 7–8 months. This matters.
For this summer's World Cup, several large boot brands are said to be making women's boots. It took so long because women's needs have been neglected or disregarded.
Leah Williamson—write in Sports Engineering that women require more equipment and technology adapted to their demands, physique, and body shape.
Women debate stud length. They're intended for men's weight, mass, movement, and traction, yet women run differently and put different strain on their feet.
Women's football technology has 32 scientific papers compared to thousands for men. Women were degraded.
In 2023, since so many of us enjoy women's football, great players are becoming valuable assets, which appears to have finally spurred some in the game to safeguard them.
Before then, women wore clothes that were too big, causing ankle injuries and sprains as players felt their feet sliding in the boots due to excessive sock material.
Elite women's footballers play on uneven surfaces after a men's game, which may cause more ACL injuries.
Due to not addressing these concerns, England will lack players in the World Cup. Women are superior. That we have to say that plainly shows the fights that remain.