We haven't been dominant for a while now, nice to see Arsenal back on top. Miedema is a poacher, but it's all been a bit too easy. We definitely need more competition in the women's game, but to write it off as being about money doesn't really do justice to the fact that some clubs have committed their resources to raise the bar, regardless of profit and loss. A lot of that is to do with the good work done by good people, like Vic Akers. I don't think it makes sense to dismiss it due to cash injections, because a football club should be a community organization, and what Arsenal and some other clubs in Europe do in that regard is much more in that vein than what's happening to the men's game (and yes, I get that the money in the men's game is what makes that investment possible).
Honestly, in many ways, the women's game feels more like a real sport to me, even though goalkeeping standards remain unbelievably low. It's got more heart.