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Good article about the suppressed contributions of women in science. While I would optimistically like to think that most people know about Rosalind Franklin's contribution to the discovery of the structure of DNA now, the problem goes much deeper.

theatlantic.com/science/archiv

@sonya Whenever articles like this are shared in a popular boys' hangout (Hacker News, I don't recommended visiting), they get really itchy and try to find ways to discredit it.

The battle is never over, sigh...

@sonya this is good. And it's given me a list of books to read!

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