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"At Tesla, as at many tech companies, gallows humor prevailed among some of the women. There was a sense that the male executives had little understanding of the challenges women faced at the company. One former Tesla employee told me that women made up less than ten per cent of her working group; at one point, there were actually more men named Matt in the group than there were women. This became a source of rueful comedy. One male colleague quipped that they should change the sign reading 'Women’s Room' to 'Matt’s Room.’"matt gender feminism work tesla 2017 newyorker
november 2017 by handcoding
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