Then we say, what about like many people in the panels now, if the panel is entirely of a single gender, they refuse to participate in that panel. Then we start saying if you start with segregated communities, but everybody says, “One of our eight neighbors, there’s at least one that looks different than me, I want diversity,” then very quickly, you can restore a more inclusive society and so on. This is the, of course, Thomas Schelling’s Nobel Prize winning “Dynamic Model of Segregation.”

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