They’re both by men, but sometimes it happens that way.
- Mark Chu-Carroll ridicules Vox Day’s ridiculous claim that women are too dumb to do long division, let alone program computers. While Day’s claim was silly from the get-go, Mark’s take-down in really nice.
- A friend from the three-dimensional world (specifically math camp), Jonathan Kulick, who cannot hide from the blogosphere even in Tbilisi, examines claims that women are underrepresented in science for reasons other than bias. Will it surprise you to hear that Christina Hoff Sommers may be dismissing research she doesn’t like out of hand?
If you want to share links to other things we ought to be reading on this subject or others, leave them in the comments.