When it comes to gender issues, it’s easy to see why women are upset.
As the feminist movement grows in recent years, we’ve seen that women are increasingly speaking up on issues they believe are in the best interest of women.
But when women are actually upset about male oppression, that’s when it’s time to ask questions and ask for answers.
When women complain about male privilege, it can be hard to believe that we actually have the answers.
But we do.
If you want to hear more about gender issues and male privilege in the tech industry, you should listen to me.
The good news is that the gender issues of tech aren’t just an annoyance for women.
It’s something we can all learn from.
That’s because when you hear men say things like “I don’t have a problem with women saying what they think about men in tech, they just don’t understand that the issues they’re talking about are really the issues that men face,” you know you’re dealing with a real person.
We’re all human beings, so there’s no reason we shouldn’t be able to talk about gender, male privilege and the struggles we face as a group.
This is what I hope to learn from my conversations with women, and I hope you do too.