"That's point: they don't. They turn up to computer club and get the cold shoulder."
Oh wow really?!? I am not going to take your word on that I am gonna need some sort of evidence. Surely you are aware that if this was happening at all then we would have every feminist screaming from the treetops about it and launching legal action against institutions allowing it. And against actual discrimination they would probably win.
"They go to university and get harassed."
I am sorry but I did laugh when you said that. The other rubbish in that paragraph is again discrimination which would be legally challenged etc, but claiming they are harassed is again another opinion where I will need to see some kind of backing. Anecdotal I didnt see such and as females are being positively discriminated in favour of their participation then your gonna need something better.
"You're naive beyond belief if you think women get exactly the same opportunities to succeed as men in STEM."
Then again (foir the 3rd time) what is this discouragement they are getting. Not some woolly figment of an imagination but actual visible problems. They attend the same schools as boys, have equal opportunity to the same classes, equal opportunity to the same college and university courses and capability to be employed in this subject (as we have both agreed women engineers exist). So where is this phantom of a problem?
"That's why there's this sudden push to get women interested in tech. Previously, they were pushed away from it."
How far back are we going? By 'previously' are you agreeing it is historically you might be talking?
Assuming this 'corrective' effort is true, how will we measure success? At what point can we say it is time to have equality? What if through this 'corrective' discrimination (a push for women is treating women differently) females still have no interest in IT? How will we identify that? What is the yardstick for success or the end of such a discriminatory approach which you feel is needed to push women to make the 'right' choice?