Women in engineering dating
So when Jared Mauldin witnessed first hand how some of his female classmates were being treated, he decided to voice his concerns."I did not, for example, grow up in the world that discouraged me from focusing on hard science," he writes.Well, ladies, he has now graduated from college, earns a great salary, will treat you well and makes the absolute perfect boyfriend.Not only is he intelligent, but he is intuitively rational, organized, detail oriented and sometimes a perfectionist, in the best way possible.Many have praised Mauldin for speaking out against gender injustice, with comments of "Beautiful.
He is a perfectionist and wont give up until accomplishing his goal.If you meet a guy who is not an engineer but has these characteristics as well, don’t be a fool, he’s a keeper, too.1. When you get in a fight with your best friend, he will listen and analyze the situation with you. When your shower drain is clogged with what is probably hair, he knows what chemicals to use and how to clear it.9.He will provide his honest opinion about how he can either see both sides or how one of you is wrong. If you two get into an argument and can legitimately prove that you are right, he will admit when he is wrong. When you move into your new place, he will digitally diagram your floor plan and measure the dimensions of your furniture to make sure everything fits properly.10."Nor did I live in a society that told me not to get dirty, or said I was bossy for exhibiting leadership skills." A study published earlier this year proved that two thirds of female academics practising in STEM fields had, at some point in their professional careers, fallen victim to sexist remarks, treatment or behaviour.Maudlin concludes his impassioned letter by subverting a common attitude. "You have already conquered far more to be in this field that I will ever face." The letter has received mixed responses from social media.
Among the straight, ambitious, and unattached, Lauren’s story is familiar. They can’t find a guy who’s comfortable with all that awesomeness.