This statement is true if and only if you assume that men are inherently better.
Here’s your point by point refutation of the google memo.
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Having read the memo, I feel that he actually implied not that men are better at doing the job, but that their personality/preferences make the job a more likely “fit” for them. He is pointing out that more men work in tech, perhaps, because more men enjoy competitive environments, systematic tasks, high stress work, etc.. I also feel that he addressed that this is, in part, not due to biological differences, but also due to the hyper-masculinity that males are taught societally, pushing them into these roles the same way women are pushed away.

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