On Sunday’s 60 Minutes, soccer players on the U.S. Women’s National Team – the No. 1 women’ team in the world – told Norah O’Donnell they are paid less and treated worse than the men’s team. And they didn’t rule out the possibility of going on strike if the U.S. Soccer Federation doesn’t begin to pay them equally.
That kind of message resonated with many viewers, including parents:
Not all parents agreed:
Some parents’ minds were changed:
We also heard from coaches – some appeared to get a kick out of the story:
And pro athletes, including the legendary tennis champion Billie Jean King: