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It is attitudes like the previous postings towards women that puts off a lot of them from going into the industry which is a shame because quite often they are more than capable of actually working with technology to high standards. It can be intimidating for women when they know they will be mocked and expected to fail before they have even started just because of what they have between their legs and not based on any real judgement of their skills. People should be judged on their actual skills not their gender, age or appearance. I have no problem with men in traditionally feminine roles e.g. nursing, cookery, hairdressing etc.
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