training oriented towards women seems reasonable given that women face some different issues in the workplace than men, regardless of what causes those issues.
Here’s your point by point refutation of the google memo.
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I’m actually conflicted on this point, as I have also seen that the difference in advice given to men vs. women (especially when seeking leadership positions) can actually perpetrate the gender gap. (I can try to find the source on this if you reply and are interested.) Do you not think that giving everyone access to understand these issues better, and also having more equality in advice-giving might actually be beneficial?

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