I think one of the things that the LPGA struggles with, that the PGA doesn't have to be concerned with just came up the other day. I saw on some golf blog someplace that Ai Miyazato was going to be a coach on the Japanese Olympic Team. (Assuming the Olympics happens... but that's another thread.)
Anyhoo… My wife and I are like "Hey, we remember Ai!" … "We met her way back when she was either the World's Number one or close to it." It was way back in 2010. Both of us wondered what she's been up to. Well, as it turns out she left the sport to go make babies and build a family for her and her husband.
One thing the PGA doesn't have to deal with is a 24 year old leaving the sport for 10 years to have babies. I'm not saying that men won't become distracted while they start to build a family. But distracted is one thing. The physical ability to play golf is much more literally changed for a woman when she's having babies.
I very literally played golf the day my son was born. My wife, on the other hand, was in no condition to do so.
You need to research the term "Confirmation Bias".
The players you want to watch were has beens or never weres.
It is very possible that one of the reasons why LPGA events are not as popular as you would like them to be is that the powers that be tried to push a futile narrative that people like Natalie Gulbis were actually good players and they ignored (or paid less attention to) the outstanding players and interesting characters of Asian descent.
There are plenty of "appropriate" replies to your posts. You just don't like them.
There is nothing wrong with wanting to see a certain type of player.
I don't actually enjoy watching players with red hair, tanned skin, or glasses. I have a a particular set against players with weak looking biceps and small calf muscles. Never liked Huh, Kim or Finau. I think that tall, blonde players in the mould of Johnny Miller should be given preference on Tour and the coverage should represent them more than those who happen to be doing well.
Now....does that paragraph seem reasonable?
Would I be deserving of criticism if I truly held those beliefs?
People "twisting your words" are merely clarifying your ideas.