Our thanks to Stu for this. An extract:
Miss McCullough – who was born in Italy and was representing Washington DC – was also asked if she considered herself to be a feminist but said she preferred the term “equalism” and said men and women had equal opportunity in US workplaces.
“I don’t really want to consider myself – try not to consider myself like this die-hard, you know, like, ‘Oh, I don’t really care about men’,” said the contestant, who says she wants to see more women employed in government science roles.
So she says men and women have ‘equal opportunity in US workplaces’, but wants ‘more women [i.e. fewer men] employed in government science roles’. That makes sense.
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