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Women in IT

Sepper (524857) writes | more than 9 years ago

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I just seen this story, And while i can't comment on it (else everyone loses the mods point I given them) I DO have an opinion I'd like to share.

Ok, First of all Women ARE different from Men. Even if it's just physical, there ARE differences. It's a Fact.I just seen this story, And while i can't comment on it (else everyone loses the mods point I given them) I DO have an opinion I'd like to share.

Ok, First of all Women ARE different from Men. Even if it's just physical, there ARE differences. It's a Fact.

Second, There are very few Women in Math, Physics and antyhing related to IT. Yet, my university campus is composed 60% of Womens. (Based on admission statistics)

Third, Why are these topics so importants? If they don't like Math, we can't force them to go in that field. Does it change anything if all Math teachers are Men? Does it change anything if all Nurses are Women?

I believe everyone should get an equal chance at success, but I don't believe we should force issues on people.

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