Towards Gender Equality in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Annie McLaughlin

Annie McLaughlin

Annie McLaughlin is the Athena SWAN Officer at the University of Strathclyde, where she assists the University in the advancement of equality of opportunity for female staff in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) departments.

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  1. Mr Cabbage says:

    You wanna tell me why there have never been any significant women mathematicians or scientists? It’s not because women haven’t had the opportunity! The IQ scores of men have a much bigger standard deviation than women, which means that more than 99.9% of the cleverest people are all men. This is biological and natural, and no amount of bullshit feminist legislation or initiatives is gonna change it. You can’t legislate against billions of years of evolution. Biology doesn’t change just because you want it to.

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