While I fully support Catherine Rampell’s call for more women in technology (“ The many reasons for dearth of tech diversity,” Aug. 29 column), I can’t help but notice that her attitude about women is part of the problem.
In speculating why more women don’t earn technical degrees, she suggests that women prefer “easy-A humanities” over the more challenging math and science courses. In other words, if women weren’t so lazy, more would have high-tech jobs. Is this really the message we want to perpetuate to women and to men?
Stewart Rogers, Raleigh