- Impostor Syndrome, Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4: “So just like social capital is unevenly distributed, impostor syndrome is too. For any given person, coping is a fixed resource; when you go through life getting told in subtle and not-so-subtle ways that people of your gender or your race, or people whose bodies look like yours or who think and communicate the way you do, or people with your sexuality or your economic class, just aren’t good enough (and must, if they do well, only be doing well because they were given a “handout”), you tend not to have a lot of coping left to sustain yourself in a challenging and often hostile academic environment.”
- Moving Past Brogramming « The Official Klout Blog | Klout: Klout’s 2013 apology for their 2010 recruiting poster.
- Responses to “Free as in Sexist?” | Open Codex: “It’s always gratifying when people read something I’ve written and point out shortcomings or issues that could be further explored.”
- My Thank You Gift to Everyone Who Pledged to the Counteract a Bigot Drive | Whatever: “As a way to show my appreciation, I commissioned a piece of art.”
- jenseninman | Blog | Speaking up, it’s time: ” I learned we have a long way to go in creating a welcoming culture within our industry.”
- And Read All Over | Jamelle Bouie: “If the majority of technology users belonged to a select demographic group, this would make more sense, but that’s not the case at all: Gadgets are used by everyone.”
- Girls Lead in Science Exam, but Not in the United States | NYTimes.com: “For years — and especially since 2005, when Lawrence H. Summers, then president of Harvard, made his notorious comments about women’s aptitude — researchers have been searching for ways to explain why there are so many more men than women in the top ranks of science.”
- I Don’t Have Time For Your Sexism | Lukasa: “Let’s fix this. Let’s not stay quiet any longer.”
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