Good. Although I take their point, because Techstars doesn't for example have accelerators that are focused on women. We want to celebrate the women that are in the top level of the accelerator, right, alongside everybody else. But I think if it's organized by women and it's for women who want to attend and network, there's nothing wrong with that.
I think that they do a lot of good, the term evil seems a bit too harsh. They allow women to connect with each other in an industry that is still mostly dominated by men. While it isn't for everyone, I can't it really see how they could cause harm for anyone. I believe that there is still a strong need for them.
I think it probably depends on the event. We have an event called Female Founders conference that is really good and we've had a lot of really strong founders come in through that. And so certainly I think that's good.
Good. I disagree completely with that analysis. The reality is that to help encourage women certain women might find that as a better entry point into technology and we need more women, more different types of folks into the technology space and so we have to be welcoming in a way that's appealing to them.
They might not be perfect for every kind of woman, but for some women I think they're a great entry point. I'm highly in favor of them and I just think this is mostly men saying that they don't think that these kinds of things are necessary.
Good, all kinds of benefit in shining attention in whatever way possible on the disparities and access and opportunity for underserved population in tech of all kinds. Not just women, but minorities, underserved populations, folks from disadvantage backgrounds. You name it. So I think many of these attempts are maybe flawed and we can do better. But I say in general any attempt to create a space and a narrative that's about premier inclusion for underserved populations in tech is possible.