OK. Our last discussion contained the following points. You said:
Women often experience hostile work environments in male-dominated fields that lead many to leave the field.
To which I replied that it can’t be too many, or there would be lawsuits flying.
Now we’re breaking apart the matter between “overt bias” (which is illegal) and “subtle bias” (which is unintended, and thus can’t be made illegal).
Fine. Subtle bias exists. The paper you posted, despite it’s title, did not close the loop between women in STEM who report the bias, and who left STEM because of it. So that’s still an open question.
So, now that we’re discussing the existence of subtle bias, of which nothing can really be done legally, what do you propose as the solution?