In that light, these are classic reads on the topic (copy pasting another comment):
 Why are There so Few Female Computer Scientists (Ellen Spertus, 1991)
 How to Encourage Women in Linux (Val Henson, 2002)
 What Happens to Us Does Not Happen to Most of You (Kathryn S. McKinley, 2018)
 Unlocking the Clubhouse: Women in Computing (Jane Margolis and Allan Fisher, 2001)
 The Elephant in the Valley (by Michele Madansky and Trae Vassallo, 2015)
Also the news of RMS coming back seems to have been hidden from even FSF members.
Some well-regarded papers on sexism in CS, which are still relevant as is evident from some comments in this thread.
Maybe someone should email him these classic papers on sexism in tech. They are old but still relevant. Seems like many here need to read them too:
 see for example Unlocking the Clubhouse: Women in Computing (MIT Press) http://www.amazon.com/Unlocking-Clubhouse-Women-Computing-Pr...
MIT Press page: https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/unlocking-clubhouse
Amazon page: http://www.amazon.com/Unlocking-Clubhouse-Women-Computing-Pr...
[Edit: I'm not eloquent enough to make a convincing case at 2:20am, but I don't think that extra sentence was merely a curious non-sequitur, even if it could be cut without modifying the point of that paragraph. I can list out tons of points/counterpoints in my head ("what about redheaded people with thin left eyebrows? why not mention them? would that be a non-sequitur? what about the historical and socioeconomic implications behind this demographic group and its relationship to technological access? ..."), but I don't have enough expertise to give this topic a proper treatment. So I'll leave this thread by recommending the following two books:
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