All women's sports are inferior to men's sports.
The whole idea that women's sports are inferior to men's sports probably has a lot to do with the belief that males are more athletically gifted than females. But that's not entirely true. While sports centered around physicality and contact, like football and hockey, are more built for men, there are sports where women excel. Take a sport like gymnastics, which requires an incredible blend of strength and finesse. What's that you say? Gymnastics isn't really a sport? Well, what if we told you that the frequency and severity of injuries suffered in gymnastics is comparable to any of the aforementioned rough house sports?
Oh, and did we forget to mention that since females aren't always trying to slash and dunk a basketball, their game is more fundamentally sound. Don't believe us? Tell that to the U.S. Women's basketball teams who have won five straight Olympic gold medals while you try forgetting about the Men's 2004 Olympic bronze medal. And then there's the dominance of the U.S. Women's soccer team, which is better than the men's squad by leaps and bounds.