The difficulty of getting along when we believe that configurations of genitalia are involved.
One tedious debate
Women in STEM, the 2017 Awkward Google James Awkward Damore Awkward Memo of Tedious Awkardness. I’m not really going to comment on the memo because i don’t care; it’s not an especially good article of its type, which maybe helped it get traction. Certainly the usual suspects were triggered.
But it was stylistically recognisable enough that it made for some nice parody.
I think that the beach should be open to all. Clearly there are some who unfairly malign some beach-goers. However, we need to have an honest discussion about the differences between different types of beach denizens. Thankfully, because I am a Star-Bellied and not Star-Eyed Sneech, I believe that we we can have an open and frank discussion about why Sneeches who originally did not have stars on their bellies have been disrupting the natural hierarchy of the beach. This bias towards equal-starness in Sneechdom threatens the viability of the beach and makes pariahs of those Sneeches whose came by their stars honestly […] It is imperative that we have this conversation now before the beach is destroyed forever.
Women are 15 hours practice away from mentally rotating objects like men.