The tech industry suffers from sexism and gender discrimination. There are many cases where female employees endure sexual harrassment or gender bias in technical roles. Christina Cauterucci writes in Slate about the many financial and behavioral barriers women face in the tech sector, whether as graduate students in STEM programs, in tech job interviews or as employees. She says that the gender gap in tech is a symptom of an industry known for rewarding hostililty toward women.
There's no sexism in the tech industry. The fact that the percentage of men in tech is much higher than women is not because of gender bias but because women underperform in tech job interviews, says Milo Yianoppoulos in Breitbart. Statistics show that even when the candidate's gender is hidden during interviews, men still succeed in giving better interviews than women. Therefore, the tech industry should not be blamed for hiring more men than women.