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Sam Levin
Men who are the most upset about diversity initiatives are often the least qualified for their jobs, research shows
Damore became an ‘alt-right’ hero after Google fired him over his views on women. Did Google-owned YouTube play a role in reinforcing those ideas?
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ROU Weaponized Transparency 14 Aug 17
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Sognando di Sicilia 14 Aug 17
I keep telling people it's not economic anxiety, it's performance anxiety.
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BrilliantBad&Boujee 15 Aug 17
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When everyone else had to work twice as hard to get half of what you got, what do you think will happen?
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Cher 14 Aug 17
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Just like all the whites people who sue universities for racial discrimination are less qualified than the minorities selected instead.
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BjPtrading 14 Aug 17
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Generally yes
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Angie the Optimist 14 Aug 17
And gamers who bully women are typically *not that good* at gaming. Psych 101
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Chris Halse Rogers 14 Aug 17
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See also: strict gender quotas drive out mediocre men in Swedish municipal politics, increasing average competence:
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SportyGuy~ 14 Aug 17
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These men, for decades have had their resumes judged on whether they were liked as opposed to the actual content of their experiences.
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#TakeAKnee 15 Aug 17
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It still happens, the one time it doesn't work for them they automatically claim to be a victim of discrimination
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