STEM IS SEXIST
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>freshman pure math
>I counted from the first day, as I've heard the memes countless times, and it was literally 50% male, 50% female. It was almost amazing how there were exactly as many men as there were women.
>just 3 weeks have passed since the first day of the semester
>Since monday 2 girls suddenly disappeared but obviously I just assumed they were sick or something.
>Today our calculus professor tells us that both girls literally just dropped out
>One transferred to liberal arts, the other to business administration
>This is where the 'no womyn in STEM! Therefore STEM is sexist!' meme comes from
>Women literally can't handle it
>That is somehow our fault.
Oficially the mathematics department in my university is sexist, as there are now more men than women.
Anyone got similar experiences, regardless of what you are majoring in?
Maybe this is just a one time thing and STEM is actually sexist, who knows?
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Why do most talented scientist/mathematician either end up single or married but unhappy? Even people like Einstein, John Von Newmann ended up divorced at least once.
The godfather of deep learning, 60+ in age, Geoffrey Hinton doesn't even marry.
Is it because of women are a hinder for them in general, or is it just because their husbands are just nerds who don't know how to please a woman? I have heard story about scientists like Einstein neglect his wife all the time because he dedicated too much time for science.
Anyway, Alan Turing doesn't apply here because you know why.