I asked who you believed was behind the propaganda wars, and you deflect. "The media" is not a group of people, if you wish to claim that there is a manufactured agitprop war going on, have the guts to name those you believe are behind it, or the tin foil to blame it on the Illuminati.
You redefine discrimination to include the trolling that this article specifies focuses on tech areas of employment, and then claim that since it's just discrimination, there must be other reasons women avoid IT since women are discriminated against in other fields.
If you just want to define the terms in a way that suits only your argument, and accuse any other interpretation of terms as "strawmen arguments", then neither of us will gain any enlightenment from this discourse. We both appear to agree that women are discriminated against; I had hoped I could see where you thought this propaganda was coming from (no, "the media" is not a place, it's the plural of medium. Who? The NYT, The Post, The Koch Bros, CNN, who?) and whether you felt women were gaining from it or being harmed by it (look at the other posts that claim "the media is helping these women, and making them targets for the trolls at the same time"). Instead, I'll admit, oxygen starvation couldn't hurt my brain cells any more than this discussion with you already has. When you have finished defining your terms, so that discrimination means "everything that happens" and women avoid IT because of every one of them knowing how to balance work/free time instinctively the way you do, and the goal posts have finished moving, then I'll discuss this with you or someone else again.
Or, you can treat my inquiries as they are, answer them, and have a discussion sans insults.