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RT : Fellow adult men, if you see a dudebro pull a "but he had some good points!" this is an excellent refutation
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Fellow adult men, if you see a dudebro pull a "but he had some good points!" this is an excellent refutation
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Fellow adult men, if you see a dudebro pull a "but he had some good points!" this is an excellent refutation
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10 weeks ago by jackfranklin
Fellow adult men, if you see a dudebro pull a "but he had some good points!" this is an excellent refutation
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10 weeks ago by danmanchester
Detailed response to James Damore's memo by an evolutionary biologist. The best response I've seen.

"That doesn’t support the claim that gender-liberal societies allow men and women to express innate differences more freely. If that interpretation were correct, women and men should diverge in gender-liberal societies independent of egalitarianism. Instead, men change personality in more egalitarian societies regardless of gender issues; women don’t. How can we explain that? Maybe personality differences are mediated by power. It makes sense that relatively powerless individuals should be more agreeable and socially alert, less assertive, and more fearful/neurotic — that’s simply rational."

"True, gender gaps don’t always imply sexism. But sexism always implies sexism. We don’t need to infer the existence of sexism from the gender gap in software engineering, we can see it in the countless expressions of misogyny we hear from software engineers."

"Whether the binding values are adaptive depends on your situation; claiming that “neither side is 100% correct and both viewpoints are necessary for a functioning society” is vacuous. In evolutionary timescales, there are scenarios when one side is useful, and scenarios when the other is, which is presumably why our neurological architecture predisposes us to both. But in general, Google has done magnificently well without resorting to the binding values — and let’s hope it continues to, because an authoritarian, fanatical and puritanical Google that dehumanizes outsiders would be very, very bad news."
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... men on average are less subject to oppression by other men, but women still remain low-powered on average ...
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Absolutely terrific point-by-point science-based footnoted rebuttal of That Manifesto.
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