How Google unwittingly created a men’s rights martyr

August 11, 2017
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A week ago, nobody knew who James Damore was. Being an engineer at Google might be a solid gig, but it doesn’t exactly come with a whole lot of exposure. A 10-page memo he wrote explaining his views on diversity in the workplace — and more specifically, why he believes women aren’t a good fit for certain roles in the tech industry — raised more than a few eyebrows, but it still didn’t put his name in headlines. When Google swung the axe, however, that all changed, and now he’s the poster boy for the men’s rights movement.

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