The WSL’s Gender Prize Money Gap Sparks Controversy and Donations – A photo from the 2018 Ballito Pro Juniors brings into question the fairness of the WSL’s prize purse allocation policies

The WSL’s Gender Prize Money Gap Sparks Controversy and Donations – A photo from the 2018 Ballito Pro Juniors brings into question the fairness of the WSL’s prize purse allocation policies

Another group in South Africa called Women Love Sport (WLS), with a logo purposefully similar to the WSL’s, also started a project to raise money for Ballito Pro female winners and to supplement women’s prize earnings in other local contests. “The Women Love Sport (WLS) campaign is a collaborative movement of ordinary people seeking to respond to the incident in which a young teenage girl won half the prize money of her male counterpart in a surfing competition in South Africa,” their website explains. “The question is: Can public outcry lead to positive change? We think it can.

Read more here: Surfer Mag

The WSL’s Gender Prize Money Gap Sparks Controversy and Donations   A photo from the 2018 Ballito Pro Juniors brings into question the fairness of the WSLs prize purse allocation policies surf photo  The WSL’s Gender Prize Money Gap Sparks Controversy and Donations   A photo from the 2018 Ballito Pro Juniors brings into question the fairness of the WSLs prize purse allocation policies surf photo  The WSL’s Gender Prize Money Gap Sparks Controversy and Donations   A photo from the 2018 Ballito Pro Juniors brings into question the fairness of the WSLs prize purse allocation policies surf photo

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