Timber: A landing page for a tech product gone wrong

Some time ago I stumbled upon a small online company that sells WordPress services. I’m not going to place an active link to them as I’m not shilling. Quite frankly, after I got hit by the landing page for their open source product, all interest I might have had immediately vanished. (Similarly, I’ve been loosing a good deal of my enthusiasm for Apple products thanks to Tim Cuck’s incessant virtue signaling.)

Here is what that company tortures you with, in order to signal how cool and edgy they are:

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Do you notice something? The cucked tech sector loves to virtue signal about diversity and womyn in tech — but where are the men? I’m sure if that company does any remotely challenging technical work, they’ll have a bunch of whiteys and Asians slaving away in the basement.

What I find so egregious about that picture isn’t just that they put four women and zero men in it. No, it’s not just any woman! Instead, we get, from left to right, a tatted up woman with some object dangling from her nose, an unattractive blonde with a masculine jaw, a native American, I think, and an Asian with a lesbian haircut. That chick on the left just had to pull back her long-sleeve to expose the tattoo on her right arm. Also, it seems that there is a bit of tattooed skin peeking out of her V-neck.

On the positive side, that landing page gives a great visualization of the end game libtards envision for the tech sector: diversity means to exclude all men. Good job!

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4 thoughts on “Timber: A landing page for a tech product gone wrong

  1. This reminds me of when I was skimming universities and their programs. The trade programs are a really funny section, full of pictures of only womyn plumbers and womyn construction workers, then the hospitals chock full of male nurses.

  2. A lot of companies hire models for both their internal and external marketing materials, as it would be pretty hard to present a good picture of diversity with the actual work forces. To enact quotas in some professions you pretty much are going to have to press gang woman and minorities into some positions, and hire assistants to actually do their work.

  3. “A lot of companies hire models for both their internal and external marketing materials, as it would be pretty hard to present a good picture of diversity with the actual work forces.”

    I have seen it. Hopefully, they are not climbing the vertical poles.

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