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We need to change the way we talk about women in tech

It's important that we talk about women in tech, and women in the workplace generally.  2017 (and 2018 so far) has seen an explosion of women opening up about sexism in their workplaces, from the athletes of USA Gymnastics to Susan Fowler's expose of her treatment at Uber and the thousands of other women who have raised their voices with the flag of the #Metoo movement.  And with the raising of these voices have come hundreds of thinkpieces, discussing incredibly important questions of the roots of workplace sexism and, most importantly, how we can best do away with hiring discrimination in the tech industry.
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