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Freedom of Fertility: Improving Diversity at Tech Giants

With the dramatic rise in tech and internet oriented companies, the lack of transparency regarding race and gender demographics have become more obvious. Software engineering and similar professions have been, and remain, historically male dominated. Google recently released internal diversity statistics, which revealed that eighty three percent of its tech employees are male. This is
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Secrets of the Bohemian Grove: An Alternative Fraternity

Settled 75 miles north of bustling San Francisco, the town of Monte Rio is tucked away from the urban sprawl of the bustling city. This quiet, humble town lies amongst the lush forests and rolling mountains of northern California. For the majority of the year, a campground, dubbed Bohemian Grove, is completely empty. Yet, when
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