Lets examine a few of your points, which you obviously didn't put any thought into before you posted them.
"pay is usually supply and demand unless you're forced against your will" Worldwide, there are many more male soccer players than female. Your backwards comparison to supply and demand would, if correct, mean women should be paid more. And if you tried to argue that the most number of players should determine who gets paid more, in the US it would be the women. About 52% of all registered soccer players in the US are female.
"if you don't like the pay (compensation) don't do the job (provide an effort)": That's the economic incentive behind third world sweatshops.
"if they're cheapin' out on you, you can all strike" I'm glad to hear you support the legal action taken by the USWNT Player's Association, suing the USSF based on illegal gender discrimination . That's even better than a strike.
"the issue is whether it's worth it to the event people to pay. if they don't feel like payin' then they're not going to pay." Wow, that's sticking your head in the sand regarding employment law in the US. You need to read up on the EEOC website to learn the facts. I know that's most likely a wasted piece of advice, but you really have no idea what you're talking about
".is pretty boring to watch so where's the argument to "fairness and equality for women athletes?" Millions watched the Women's World Cup on TV. The fact you think its boring is irrelevant. Maybe you should post about things you think are interesting, instead of trolling the soccer sections of YA.