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An organization needs to make changes and address the causes for poor diversity?
But what if the causes do not lie with the organization?
If you monitor fashion industry, you'll likely find a huge majority of woman-employees. Are these companies  supposed to address the causes (I don't know, women more interested in fashion?... more esthetically fit for fashion shows?... no idea).

And how could they address these causes... Maybe men should be educated into being more classy, buying more clothes - thus creating incentive for the fashion businesses to employ more men.

But how about teaching, I suppose we should create incentive for more men to be employed by schools too.
But what if few men actually like to teach or to glide on the floor of a fashion event (or what if only a few are cute enough to, proportionally speaking), and most just love to play with wires, carburators, iPhones - or to become CEOs! :)

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by ValentinD (walentijn arobase free spot franša) on Sun Nov 9th, 2008 at 08:35:19 PM EST
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