Asian-Americans' Unrequited Love of Harvard
Asian-Americans don’t necessarily think of themselves as “victims” of Harvard’s racist policies. They’re more concerned with the idea of merit—they want their admission to be judged on their resume of accomplishments, not their race.
I’m a Male Teacher Surrounded by Women. But Please Don’t Call Me a Victim of Sexism
My experience shows that sometimes gender discrepancies develop within a professional field for reasons that have little to do with discrimination, and everything to do with personal choice.