Remember James Damore, the (now former) Google employee who created a firestorm for that controversial memo he sent to colleagues?
Well, he's up a creek again.
In early August, Damore was fired after a sexist memo he wrote — in which he falsely claimed biological differences between the genders were a reason why fewer women work in tech — leaked to the press.
Damore has since defended (and even doubled down) on his debunked assertions. And now, that's led him into yet another self-inflicted controversy.
In an interview with Business Insider, Damore suggested being a conservative employee at Google is like "being gay in the 1950s."
After being asked about how he'd respond to women at Google who were offended by his remarks, Damore segued into the allegedly oppressive work environments keeping conservatives quiet in Silicon Valley: