Female tech job­seek­ers are furi­ous that men claim­ing to be ‘non­bi­na­ry’ crashed their con­fer­ence

A tech con­fer­ence meant to be the largest gath­er­ing of female tech­nol­o­gists faced back­lash when bio­log­i­cal men iden­ti­fy­ing as “non­bi­na­ry” were seen attend­ing the event.
“This is a space for women and tech. It’s one of those few lim­it­ed resources that isn’t for you. It’s for us,” a frus­trat­ed female con­fer­ence attendee com­plained on social media.

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The Grace Hop­per Cel­e­bra­tion is an annu­al con­fer­ence and career fair orga­nized by AnitaB. The Sept. 26 to 29 job fair was planned to help women seek­ing careers in STEM fields meet with job recruiters in Orlan­do, Flori­da. Some prices for the event cost upwards of $1,300 a tick­et.
AnitaB’s Chief Impact Offi­cer Cullen White, whose LinkedIn pro­nouns iden­ti­fy as “He/Him,” raged from onstage at the con­fer­ence about the audac­i­ty of “cis­gen­der men” atten …