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That's really thinking at an impivssree level
almost exactly the same thnigs you just said, only you put it better than I did. (My arguments against affirmative action are in point #2, if you are curious about it.) So it's a bit unexpected for me to suddenly find myself on the opposite side of this same argument. But I've thought about this a lot since then, and I guess I've come to realize that thnigs are not as simple as I used to believe.Девочки ли, мальчики были на первых ролях в классе или кружке -- никто никогда не обращал на это ни малейшего внимания, ни в отрицательном смысле, ни в положительном. Совпадение ли, что девочек на первых ролях было при этом очень много?That sounds wonderful! So where did all these girls who were great at mathematics in school disappear to? Why are so many fewer women than men going into pure math, when there were so many girls in leading roles in math in school? I have a friend who is a math teacher in a private high school, who says the same thing - that a lot of his strongest students are girls, and not boys. So where do they all go? Why do they not go on to math, or physics, or computer science?More than half the students in the very math-intensive biostatistics classes that I take are women, and they are certainly not weaker than the men. So why are so many more women going into applied math than pure math?I have seen women graduate students say that they left mathematics because they didn't feel welcome in the all-male department - they were looked down on, disrespected, didn't feel like anybody was willing to listen to any problems they might be having that were different from the men's problems. It's easy to just dismiss those women as people who just couldn't cut it, but when those same women then go on to do fine in other math-related fields, I feel like that's a sign that there might be some kind of problem that should be addressed.The thing is, women *are* different from men. They might have different problems that the men in the majority might not have. If we insist that people not pay attention to our gender at all - if we pretend that women are just like men - then this is giving the people in the majority carte blanche not to have to worry about those problems. (Want a room where you can use a breast pump during the day without being disturbed? Well, now you are just being unreasonable! None of the *other* people in the department have this problem, so you must be imagining it! etc, etc.) And I think that this approach can be very harmful, and can result in the department losing people that might otherwise have been a great asset to the department.Affirmative action is almost certainly not the best way to solve this problem, but I feel like this *is* a large problem that should be addressed, and not just ignored and swept under the carpet. And it seems to me that a meeting specifically set up in such a way that women speakers can talk about the work that they do, with a panel that includes talking about issues women might face working in mostly-male math departments, could go a long way in making it clear that women *are* welcome in math, that people *do* care about their problems. And such a meeting could even help in beginning to figure out how to *solve* these problems.I'm sorry, I'm shutting up now. Sorry this comment is so long!