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Why is it so hard to find an IT woman (decent or not)??

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Why is it in the USA it's so hard to find a woman (forget good-looking) that's into I.T. (info technology: Biochem engineer, EE, CSE, Computer Science, .NET, J2EE, Network Admin, et al etc)?

No wonder I treat women in the USA like objectified buckets of arse!
Most American women however are objectable, meaning I'd object to doing them! hahaha!

Have I lost anybody?
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E_Irizarry wrote:Why is it in the USA it's so hard to find a woman (forget good-looking) that's into I.T. (info technology: Biochem engineer, EE, CSE, Computer Science, .NET, J2EE, Network Admin, et al etc)?
No wonder I treat women in the USA like objectified buckets of arse!
Most American women however are objectable, meaning I'd object to doing them! hahaha!
Have I lost anybody?
Back in 1980s-1990s, there was a lot of women in the IT field. At my previous job, a majority of our application developers were women, both in-house and contractors. I read that in 1985, 37% of students graduating with computer science degrees were women, compare to 18% in 2008. If you're looking for women in the IT field today, you're in the wrong decade.

http://jolieodell.wordpress.com/2010/08 ... ech-stats/

But this growth wasn’t consistent. According to a Department of Education report on gender equity, which showed the same 13% and 28% figures for 1970 and 2001, respectively, that latter number actually represents a drop from 1985, when women made up 37% of all computer science students.
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OK thanks a million. I need to know because that was killing me.
"I appreciate the opportunities I have in America. Opportunities that allow me to live abroad." **Smiles** - Have2Fly@H.A. (2013)

"The only way to overcome that is to go abroad to get a broad."
- E. Irizarry (2009)

"MGTOW resilience is the key to foreign residence. You better muthafuckin' ask somebody!!"
- E. Irizarry (2012)

"I rather be ostracized by 157.0 million (27.3% of the US of Gay pop), then to appease 1 feminist." - E. Irizarry (2013)

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