Google's SJWs flip out over memo suggesting sexism may not be why there are fewer women than men in tech

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'Following the circulation of an internal memo criticizing Google’s restrictive PC workplace environment, employees have freaked out, calling for the memo’s author to be fired.

A software engineer at Google published a ten-page memo where he criticized “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” resulting in controversy amongst employees within the Google+ internal social network. The author argues within the memo that women are underrepresented in tech fields not because of discrimination, but because of inherent psychological differences between men and women, echoing a similar argument made by former Breitbart senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos in 2016. When discussing Google’s educational guidelines for young women, the memo’s author writes, “We need to stop assuming that gender gaps imply sexism.”

In the document, the author accused Google of shunning intellectual diversity, saying:

I value diversity and inclusion, am not denying that sexism exists, and don’t endorse using stereotypes. When addressing the gap in representation in the population, we need to look at population level differences in distributions. If we can’t have an honest discussion about this, then we can never truly solve the problem. Psychological safety is built on mutual respect and acceptance, but unfortunately our culture of shaming and misrepresentation is disrespectful and unaccepting of anyone outside its echo chamber.
Shortly after the publication of the document, which can be read in full on Gizmodo, Google’s Vice President of Diversity, Integrity, and Governance Danielle Brown issued a statement on the memo:
According to leaked documents from Google’s internal employee messaging platform, many Googlers were not happy with the memo and responded with anger towards the author and Google for not reacting to the memo in a stronger manner:

Some even implied that the author of the memo is a Nazi:

An anonymous survey shows that somewhere between 30 to 40 percent of employees at Google are tired of the company’s restrictive ideological environment, while a second question shows more than half of the survey respondents disagreed with the statement that “the document is harmful and shouldn’t have been shared”:

Google had not replied to a request for comment from Breitbart Tech at the time this story was published.'

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I've heard stories about Google's spoiled, whiny Millenial work culture. Supposedly the best and brightest but can't handle the least bit of dissent from their own opinions. Good thing Google has Google Ads and Android to keep the money rolling in or they'd be on the skids from all the cash going to a bunch of brats who get three squares a day gratis and apparently have so much time on their hands they can bitch about bullshit. Kids these days... at my job, no one has time to write ten-page memos much less have a freak-out over the fact that someone actually has an opinion that dissents from theirs. Perish the thought!

I wouldn't work at some place like Google for all the sex-bots in China. I don't care how easy a life it is (massage therapists and community bicycles... what planet are these people living on, anyway?) or how much you get paid. I'd suffocate in such a place, being around constant political elitist snobbery, entitled smugness and intellectual stagnation and intolerance. Ugh.

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Nope, never in a million years. No way. :-)

Google Fires Engineer Who Wrote Memo Questioning Women in Tech

But Cathy Young also had some feedback.

Googler fired for diversity memo had legit points on gender.

Alas, Cathy doesn't work in Google HR.

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