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2016-01-11 02:59:49 Post No. 52357575
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hi /g/. with all the handwringing going on about getting more women into stem, i had a little idea.
what would stop me, a man (my first name could be for a male or female), from just dressing up like a woman in an interview with a tech company? even if it was clear that i was really a guy, then that might even work better because companies are even more scared of not hiring transgender people than they are of not hiring enough women.
then, when i show up for work, just drop the costume? they couldn't accuse me of anything (response: 'oh i'm genderfluid'), not that they'd ever have the balls to bring it up in the first place.