Serena’s Fight For Equality

After earning $2 million for 45 minutes of mediocre tennis and getting her butt kicked again, Serena says she is fighting for equality. Which apparently would mean that she shares her pay equally with all the people doing real work at Wimbledon today.

This comes a year after she threw a 30 minute temper tantrum, threatened the line judge, broke her racket, and then made sure that she ruined the win for the first Haitian US Open winner. But to be fair, Naomi Osaka – who acts like a civilized, well mannered human being – does not look like Serena.

So many oppressed multi-millionaires working for Nike.

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5 Responses to Serena’s Fight For Equality

  1. Colorado Wellington says:

    But she is fighting for women’s rights and equality! She said so herself!

    “Because I am a woman you are going to take this away from me?”

    “I’m here fighting for women’s rights and for women’s equality and for all kinds of stuff and for me to say “thief” and for him to take a game, it made me feel like it was a sexist remark.”

    It’s only right that Naomi Osaka apologized for beating her but it will never right the umpire’s racist and sexist wrongdoing.

  2. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    Australian cartoonist, Mark Knight’s depiction of the Williams’ US Open tantrum. I think he was called a racist, a homophobe, Nazi and all other usual labels the left use to attack people who they don’t agree with. He was even brought before The Australian Press Council (a Media Watchdog in Australia) for racism. They ruled in his favor, surprisingly (sarc).

  3. GW Smith says:

    And when she started out I was rooting for he big time. She has since cured me of that. It seems the average black simply can’t handle success.

  4. CK says:

    You can take the girl out of Compton, but…

  5. Taphonomic says:

    How is it equality when women make the same amount of money for playing matches in the major tournaments that are two of three sets while the men play three of five sets?

    Equal pay for equal work!

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