Asked to picture a computer programmer, most of us describe the archetypal computer geek, a brilliant but socially-awkward male. We imagine him as a largely nocturnal creature, passing sleepless nights writing computer code. According to workplace researchers, this stereotype of the lone male computer whiz is self-perpetuating, and it keeps the computer field overwhelming male. Not only do hiring managers tend to favor male applicants, but women are less likely to pursue careers a field where feel they won’t fit in.
It may be surprising, then, to learn that the earliest computer programmers were women and that the programming field was once stereotyped as female
if you were actually as superior as you say you are, then you wouldn’t actively need to do things to hold me down…..
"making fun of joan rivers’ death is disrespectful"
Joan is most likely ok with people “making fun” of her death and would probably have some strong shit to say to people touting that “making fun of Joan Rivers’ death is disrespectful.”
a good dye job is one in which your scalp is not dyed along with your hair. to clarify, the dye should be applied to your hair and not your scalp… at the end of the process your scalp should be its natural color while only your hair isn’t. this is true for white people and people of color.
Many of these occupations are seen as stereotypically “masculine” work, yet some of the gentleman’s club-type jobs we see today had early female influence.
This is the chemical formula for love:
dopamine, seratonin, oxytocin.
It can be easily manufactured in a lab, but overdosing on any of them can cause schizophrenia, extreme paranoia, and insanity.
Let that sink in.