I enjoyed reading this especially the illustrations. In my interpretation of Damore’e memo, he meant gender gaps don’t absolutely imply sexism, rather than don’t at all. He wasn’t stereotyping either, he acknowledged differences were at a population level and doesn’t apply to individuals.
This was extremely condescending to women and minorities and comes accross as pandering. The people with the issue here are the ones who get overly emotional from other people’s opposing opinions making them unable to interpret said opinions. Minorities and women have thicker skin than what you’re suggesting. They aren’t drowning in need of a rope.
Ugh… did not like this post.
It’s not the fact that they were in the room that made them succesful it’s because.. it’s what they contributed whilst in the room and applying what they learnt that helped them to be successful again after…