You seem to have overlooked the fact that Damore refers to both
race and gender in his original memo. But, when he attempts his "scientific" explanations for why diversification attempts are unsuccessful, or even unwarranted, he only focuses on gender. But he has definitely slipped race into the discussion.
As I said previously...
Damore feels, and contends, they are replacing more qualified, better suited white men, with women, and with men of color, in order to achieve more diversity. He has reinforced this view in post-firing interviews where he has asserted that Goggle bases hiring and promotion decisions on race and gender.
Implicit in the implications of Damore's "scientific" view, is an attempt to maintain the ascendancy of the white male in the tech field--that's really what he is attempting to justify.
So, I ask you again--Do you, personally, feel attempts to increase diversity in the tech field discriminate unfairly against white men?
Should women and non white men feel that standards were lowered to facilitate their hiring or promotion--or do white men, such as yourself, view it that way?