• Do All Or Most Women Innately Prefer Non-Tech Careers? Re: James Damore Google Memo (part 1)

Do All Or Most Women Innately Prefer Non-Tech Careers? Re: James Damore Google Memo (part 1) | (Part 2)


Are Schools or Pedagogical Systems Designed to Favor Girls Over Boys? No, Not By and Large

(Summary of blog post: Due to gender stereotypes and unconscious bias by teachers, many girls are discouraged from entering STEM fields, taking more math and science courses)


You Say You’re Against Victimhood Culture Yet You Depict All Men As Victims

The following two blog posts provide links to material by others refuting and criticizing the notion that most to all women biologically prefer not to enter tech, science, or computer- related career fields.

I also, here in Part 1, mention some of my own ideas about this issue.

But before I turn to that subject or to the links, I want to explain why I am bothering to construct these posts (I feel these posts are unnecessary, actually, as my previous Damore posts already repudiated this idea that all women prefer non-tech jobs).

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• How and Why I Post and Tweet

How and Why I Post and Tweet

I should probably clarify how and why I blog and participate on social media because people tend to make incorrect assumptions about me, my motives, or they get confused or infuriated with my reactions online.

I like to think aloud. I like to, and prefer to, talk to like-minded people.

I have never been a fighter.

Even though I’m over much of my codependency (which previously hindered me from expressing disagreement or anger at people in the past), I’ve not developed an interest in debating or argumentation.

I do not have the temperament to get in back-and-forth disagreements, where one party keeps wanting me to respond to a hundred different points (or the same point repeatedly) and refute everything they mention or articles they link to.

I will occasionally speak up and disagree with someone else, and when I do, I usually initially try to be polite about it.

My posting habit is to drop out of conversations if they start to drag on, if the tone is becoming nasty, argumentative, or I tire of the debate, of having to back up every little thing I write or tweet.

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