McArdle on Damore

One could wish the level of discourse overall in our society was at the level Megan McArdle exemplifies in this column. It shows an awareness and appreciation of both the natural differences that apparently exist between males and females and the structural problems that arise in groups where one gender and its preferences predominates. She also seems to have the sense not to demand purity in one fell swoop while working toward alleviating those structural problems, condemning any who don’t share her vision. If our society could move toward this approach, a lot more could get done.

Read the whole thing.

 

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