Those of you reading this blog for a while know that I run my own one man business in the field of computer vision software. What would happen if the feminist controlled government were to destroy my business/job? This isn’t an idle question. I started thinking about this as I was reading PMAFT’s blog today where he talked about how if there were more women involved in the NASA’s curiosity Mars rover (which landed on Mars this week) it never would have happened. On a similar note, PMAFT also wrote a month ago on the 50th anniversary of the first broadcast from Telstar, the first commercial satellite in orbit how the feminist Obama administration’s plan to apply Title IX to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) jobs would prevent innovations like Telstar from ever happening or move them to other countries.
Both these posts got me thinking about what would happen if the government was able to successfully destroy my business via feminist regulations. Title IX applied to STEM would mean the destruction of many STEM jobs. First, there will never be enough women to fill the jobs the government will force men to abandon. There is no guarantee that addition women will even go the STEM route of employment. Second, even if additional women do enter the STEM workforce, it is guaranteed they will be less competent than the men forced out of these jobs. These women would be coming in on what is effectively an affirmative action program guaranteeing that they are incompetent in the subject matter. (If you want a good example of this, just take a look at this challenge for high school girls to produce basic android apps where the apps they produced were nonsense like “how not to get pregnant”. Many of the girls even had to have “mentors” do most of the programming for them.) One of two things will happen. Either more STEM work will be shipped to Asia where they don’t have these feminist regulations (yet) or the jobs and associated businesses will close down.
What this means for my business if this scenario comes to pass is that I will have to move to another country or close up shop. There is no woman out there who can replace me, period. This will cause a chain reaction stunting technological advancement if I can’t move to another country. Even with moving my business to another country, from the perspective of the US that is still a loss to the economy. What I do isn’t just technical, it’s understanding the business case for computer vision software too. If I can’t work with American companies in America, then I would have to work more with foreign companies elsewhere (assuming I can move my business someplace else).
Multiply my story across men who are self employed like me in STEM, men who work for small businesses in STEM, and for large corporations in STEM. It is a major cascade of economic destruction. Just remember this is what women wanted.