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Deanna Stanley
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"The belief that boys won’t like books with female protagonists, that they will refuse to read them, the shaming that happens (from peers, parents, teachers, often right in front of me) when they do, the idea that girls should read about and understand boys but that boys don’t have to read about girls, that boys aren’t expected to understand and empathize with the female population of the world….this belief directly leads to rape culture. To a culture that tells boys and men, it doesn’t matter how the girl feels, what she wants."
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I'm going to have to go with "Cool Story, Bro."

If she were really that concerned over the issue, she would name names.  The issue doesn't go away if you cover up for the schools that are doing this.

This is, of course, presuming that she isn't just jumping on a popular bandwagon and making the whole thing up.  If that is the case, I would see how throwing false accusations around could lead to legal trouble.
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"Intel pledged to spend $300 million to bring its workforce diversity up to “full representation” of women and “underrepresented minorities” by 2020. ... To reach its goal, Intel will hire differently and tie executive pay to performance on the issue."
In an afternoon keynote at CES 2015, Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich bounced on stage to pass out some slightly platitudinous statements about the future of..
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Pretty much.
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Today in Geek History: For her discovery of radium and polonium, Marie Curie receives a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911, becoming the first scientist to be awarded a second Nobel Prize!
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Today in Geek History: Women in STEM FTW! Ada Lovelace, first codemonkey, was born in 1815. Happy Birthday, Ada!
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"... according to Code.org, computer science is a top-paying college degree and computer programming jobs are growing at two times the national average. [...] the US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts one in every two STEM jobs will be in the computing field with more than 150,000 job openings annually. [...] computing is one of the fastest-growing occupations in the country and also pays 75 percent more than the national median annual salary.
It’s Computer Science Education Week and for thousands of students around the country, that means nothing. So what can you do about it? Thankfully, as a..
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Considering recent Supreme Court decisions, I don't think this is constitutional...
At least 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies have quietly equipped their officers with handheld radar devices that allow them to effectively peer through the walls of suspects' homes to see where
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Good question. This case had no warrant and the facts were sparse. But if you look on their rulings over GPS and hidden cameras, it is completely possible that they'd disallow this even with a warrant.
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I've posted before about the lack of women in Venture Capital before. I think this example from the Wall Street Journal shows part of the problem. The top image is what was posted with the article. The bottom image is the original uncropped photo.
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Today in Geek History: Happy Birthday, Grace Hopper! This pioneer in computer science was born in 1906.
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Just because COBOL sucks doesn't mean she wasn't amazing.
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Lego in the 70's was far better than Lego in the 80's.
This photo of a note to parents, purportedly printed on a pamphlet included in a LEGO set from the 1970s, has been making laps around the Internet. The legitimacy of the note, which is noteworthy for its egalitarian tone, has been called into question – but there's good reason to believe it's real.
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  • Lockheed Martin
    Configuration Manager, 2011 - present
  • SRA International
    Configuration Manager, 2010 - 2011
  • Lockheed Martin
    Configuration Manager, 2009 - 2010
  • Computer Sciences Corporation.
    Configuration Manager, 2005 - 2009
  • Digital Motorworks
    Configuration Manager, 2004 - 2005
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    Senior Software Engineer, 1998 - 2002
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  • Georgetown University Law Center
    Law, 2009 - 2013
  • University of Texas at Austin
    Engineering Management, 2007 - 2008
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I don't go out to movies very often because I don't enjoy the experience. Now I need to rethink that. iPic theaters are the closest thinback.g to your own living room you'll find in a movie theater. Recliners, pillows, a blanket in case you get cold... A decent menu of food and drinks that will be delivered directly to your seat, Oh, and only two seats in a grouping (for the more expensive seats), and 10 seats to a row. Lovely time. I will be
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Before I started using Aveda Bethesda I tried 4 other Hair Salons. And none of them could consistently get my cut and color right. One month it's be perfect, the next month I'd be blonde, the month after that it would go frizzy... I went to Aveda Bethesda because I like the Aveda products. On first impression it seems small and cramped, with things like customer waiting aread and hair washing stations squished in wherever there's a little room. The pace is rather frenetic, unlike other Aveda salons I have visited, But Lan is amazing. My hair color looks better and more natural than my actual color and my hair looks good no matter how much (or little) work I put into it. And it looks good EVERY TIME. And that makes this salon the best I've found in the DMV.
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You don't go here for the ambiance - when it's full it's loud and everyone is packed together. You go here for the food. The omelets, which are enough for two and incredible, but the crepes are my favorites - They're buttery and filled with fruit, or chocolate, or nutella... Delicious. Try their blueberry or gingerbread pancakes if you want to go that route. Trust me, it's worth the crowd.
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This Safeway is always dirty and poorly maintained. The staff is slow and indifferent. Tuesday I bough dairy there which made me sick - turns out it had expired two weeks previously.
Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
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This is one of my favorite places to eat. Whether the welcoming outdoor patio, the cozy seating inside (almost all booths) or the live music on weekend nights, you can't help but feel relaxed here. And there there's the food! I go most Saturdays because their soupe pf the day is chili. Their chili is fabulous, and their house salad is far nicer than most - no iceberg or romaine, instead you get field greens, beets, walnuts, tomatoes, and more. Other favorites are their prime rib and hamburgers.
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Public - 10 months ago
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I bought a bedroom set from Bassett - it was beautiful. However, within 2 month the mattress began sagging. I contacted Bassett and did not get a response for THREE MONTHS. Finally they replaced the mattress supports - 2 months later it started sagging again. Over the course of the next few months they replaced the rails, the mattress slats, their supports... NOTHING worked for more than 2 months. Then the warranty expired and I never heard from them again. I finally just replaced the whole damn thing. If you want furniture that looks good but doesn't last, this is the store for you.
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