The problem with framing the issue of gender bias as a “grass is always greener” phenomenon is that the statement carries an unstated assumption that women don’t realize the amount of work it takes to get ahead, and if they did, they wouldn’t want to do it. That is flat out wrong, especially for women already working in tech. They have been watering the damn grass for years, time to take down the fences and see just how fast they can run on it.
Here’s your point by point refutation of the google memo.
J. Doe

I was very confused by this metaphor in his original use, might I ask what you’re understanding or translation of it was?

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