In truth, a lot of individuals who appear to believe they’re protecting Google are doing simply the opposite. NPR , for instance, talked with a previous Google software application engineer who declared that some ladies stayed at home from work Monday since they were so upset over the memo.
A previous Google software application engineer states some females at the business avoided work today, distressed by the dripped memo. https://t.co/Uuvd5CBKv7
— NPR(@NPR) August 8, 2017
Women at Google defy stereotype by getting super-emotional and hiring ill over a male stating something they put on'' t like. https://t.co/jozXLDNzRQ
— Bixxy Noodles(@BixterN ) August 8, 2017
Yep. Emotional females avoided work since they were activated by a memo that recommended that females are usually more psychological. https://t.co/Fh3cuxXckJ
— Hannah Bleau(@hannahbleau_ ) August 8, 2017
Only females, huh? Sorta shows the really point of the memo that females and males are wired in a different way. https://t.co/4yxcFYrGDx
— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) August 8, 2017
Is NPR suggesting ladies disproportionately had a psychological response? https://t.co/TiPIfP4Tji
— Jeff Giesea(@jeffgiesea) August 8, 2017
An aberrant response, if you will
— Trevor(@trevorf84) August 8, 2017
— Evil Red Kid( @_SOURKIDZ_) August 8, 2017
Thanks for strengthening the ladies are cant and psychological hack it stereotype, you weaklings. Next time, checked out the real memo. Dumbasses. https://t.co/JKhE5E2DuQ
— Courtney Kirchoff (@Courtneyscoffs) August 8, 2017
Skipped work due to the fact that they were distressed about a memo? Who raised these little princesses? When distressed, bet mommy let them remain house from school.
— Laura Butler(@LauraButler6) August 8, 2017
Nothing states”I ' m as capable as a male” “like avoiding work due to the fact that of something somebody without any power in your business composed. https://t.co/N2RsP2OLfO
— neontaster (@neontaster) August 8, 2017
One guy from 10s of countless workers composes something they wear ' t concur with, and they are too upset to go to work? Begin, folks.
— Calvin Wells(@CalGTR) August 8, 2017
gee, that doesn ' t make ladies look pitiful and weak and unfavorable for tech tasks https://t.co/JBtYeu2Nrf
— PantsFreeZone (@PantsThreeZone) August 8, 2017
You simply showed exactly what you so frantically wished to negate wasn ' t real.
— Lulu Lapin(@Lulu_Lapin) August 8, 2017
And they perpetuate the stereotype that females can ' t deal with tension and pressure along with males. Excellent task girls.
— Kenny(@fufucuddilypoof) “> August 8, 2017
And they perpetuate the stereotype that ladies can ' t manage tension and pressure along with males. Excellent task women.
— Kenny(@fufucuddilypoof) August 8, 2017
Hey, @NPR , you ' re certainly not suggesting that females are vulnerable to hysteria, are you? Fire yourselves, cretins.
— Michael Erwin(@michaeloferwins) August 8, 2017
Seriously?!? Do they require their security blankets to go to work now?
— Tom (@RoninVision) August 8, 2017
I ' m sure Google will supply the blankets tommorow with the proper logo design naturally
— Craig Kline(@cikline) August 8, 2017
Oh, hello. It ' s motivating that these ladies are choosing not to end up being psychological or overreact over somebody'' s well provided argument.
— Andromeda Abushady (@andromedaregina) August 8, 2017
Remember this the next time we go over the”wage space,”where these bad souls stayed at home since of a memo.
— Felipe(@PXM_2_SD) August 8, 2017
So much for”Powering Through” and “She Persisted”, huh?
— John Cereghin(@Pilgrimway) August 8, 2017
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