greendot wrote:ewt340 wrote:greendot wrote:
You shouldn't "encourage" anyone based on gender. End of story. That is sexist. You can interject whatever self-projected emotions you want to an argument, it doesn't make it true. Let's just talk facts here.
As far as the article goes, it's clear that you didn't comprehend the important elements of it. Do you understand why he is suing Alaska? The major point here is that Alaska used flawed internal processes to fire him based on mere accusations. Who convicted him? Some Alaska HR people who have no authority whatsoever or a court of due process of law? He was treated grossly unfairly because there is a double standard when it comes to female on male accusations. I guess you've never seen "The Red Pill". My point in showing you this article is that women do get preferential treatment in that they are believed without evidence or due process of law. Mere accusations are enough to cost this man's career. While his career is effectively over, she somehow immediately got hired at a Hawaiian based airline. Again, my point being that women are highly privileged. If I'm wrong about this, then there wouldn't be a lawsuit. We all need to strive for equality, not for special treatments based on identity politics.
Thank for the lesson in the obvious but I already live the dream and I'm 110% familiar with all aspects of it.
Regional airlines pay terribly because the consumer and the employees allowed it. You can't dissolve responsibility away and those who fed the beast are to blame for its existence. Clearly these companies are making money. Have you checked on the amount of executive compensation? You can defend the business model all you want but it doesn't change the fact that the pilot shortage is a manufactured economic problem caused by the race to the bottom. If they can't find people who are dumb enough to work for $17k a year, that's their own fault for paying so little. When your revenue mostly goes to executive compensation and investors, I can't sympathize with management. I can't run a hospital paying doctors $20,000 a year, why should an airline get away with paying so little? At some point a business just shouldn't exist if it has no business model other than sheer exploitation.
It's like I'm talking to a 5 year old here.....
I'm sure I'd like to take one of those Red Pills instead of using my brain to think logically
What you are advocating is not logical. It is sexist. It's very simple. Everyone should have equal opportunity. Equal outcome is not guaranteed.
What I said : "We should encouraging women to become pilots too because we already and currently encouraging men to become pilots"
What your response is: "That's sexist! illogical! Marxist Social engineering! Red Pills!"