Illustrators Protest Qatar’s Alleged World Cup Labor Abuses With Redesigned Logos

Preparations for the 2022 World Cup, to be held in Qatar, may have already cost

at least 1,200 people

their lives, even though the event itself is still seven years away. If current trends continue, nearly 4,000 people will die constructing stadiums by the time the World Cup actually begins – a shocking

62 people per game played

, according to

a report

by the International Trade Union Confederation.


AHHHH!!!! This so exciting for gamers & futbol/soccer players alike.

EA Sports finally, after years and years, finally got it together and created a game that involves female players! 

The Next Big Things

Nine players to look out for in the FIFA U-20 World Cup:

Bradford Jamieson IV (USA): An LA native & still a teenager, Jamieson opened his MLS account on just his second career start.

Marcos Lopes (Portugal): Holds the Manchester City record for youngest goalscorer at the age of 17 years, 9 days.

Hirving Lozano (Mexico): Joint-leading scorer at the CONCACAF U-20 Championship in January.

Hany Mukhtar (Germany): The only player on his team not plying his trade in the Bundesliga.

Andreas Pereira (Brazil): Manchester United’s U-21 Player of the Year for 2015.

Diego Poyet (Uruguay): The son of former Chelsea player & manager Gus Poyet.

Isaac Success (Nigeria): The youngest player ever to appear for Granada.

Angel Correa (Argentina): Was sidelined last summer after discovering a heart tumor, but has since returned & scored four goals in eight matches for the U-20s.

Godfred Donsah (Ghana): A powerful & quick dribbler known for his funky goal celebrations.

So a big joke over FIFA 16′s inclusion of women is that players will be menstruating?

Do these schmucks think it’s a common occurrence for female players to get subbed out for it or stop playing or something? (Has that, like, ever happened? And if so it was probably a serious health issue.) It’s convenient, isn’t it, using periods as a punchline when attacking women, when it’s generally a taboo subject in everyday life? How many professional female soccer players have publicly complained about playing while menstruating, something that’s so common chances are they’ve played a major game with it? Imagine the backlash that would get. So if players aren’t complaining they have to deal with this shit while competing for a World fucking Cup or Olympic gold medal, can lowlife misogynists deal with the OPTION of playing as women in a VIDEO GAME in which there are 0 period blood cameos? But that’s probably too much to ask for.