Google: It’s a Sin to Profess that Men and Women are Different

Your friendly Pharmer been cheering for James Damore since hearing of his dissent at Google, and have high hopes for his future success.  He seems independent enough to run his own business.

As you probably have heard, Google booted Mr. Damore, because it is forbidden to believe and profess that men and women are different.   Google has become a garbage propaganda machine both on the inside and the outside.  People can adapt to this fact with their keyboards and touch screens.  When looking for real information, Duck Duck Go is a better choice.

Carol Moynihan at Mercatornet has combined the news of Damore with a report on  some interesting employment studies that are worth your attention.

Most curious in her article is the mention that when women enter a field in large numbers, the salary has tended to plummet.   In the U.S., this has occurred in the field of pharmacy, and the salary drop is huge.  Another contributing factor could be the proliferation of pharmacy schools.  However, nursing schools are also proliferating, men are entering the field in large numbers, but those salaries are not dropping.

Companies need to adjust pay for the real biological fact that child bearing and rearing still is women’s work.  While guys can and do help with the latter, there simply won’t be enough transsexualism  to change the former.  Women take six weeks and upwards off of work to have a baby.  This means that it costs more to hire women of reproductive age, if the salary is kept equal.

In the U.S., the millennials are beginning to  rebel against being told politically correct things that obviously conflict with what they observe.   This is an absolutely wonderful trend, to be encouraged at every opportunity.

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