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At one point on Friday, on a thread titled "Why the focus on sex instead of race?
," a Google employee noted that "the paper is striking at a lot of people’s values.
For instance, Damore writes that women "have more ...
Of all the images shared with WIRED, this was the only one that made a direct comparison to the 2016 presidential election.
"Let's take a step back," the Googler wrote, "and look at what is actually making everyone in Google upset on this thread and in general since the start of the 2016 election season." He went on to describe how the apparent uniformity of thought at Google led people like Damore to feel "like they are being forcibly dragged into [sic] ideological indoctrination chamber." He goes on: For example, there is broad consensus in all American companies that everyone should be treated the same regardless of race and gender and that sexual harassment or other mistreatment of employees should not be tolerated.
Still, taken together with a survey of Google employees showing that a significant percentage of employees polled agree with Damore's memo, Google appears to have a vocal contingent of employees who not only dismiss the company's diversity efforts but now appear to be emboldened in their views.
We've reached out to Google for comment on how it intends to approach the internal discussion around Damore's firing and will update if and when we hear back.