Readers searching for the current name of the former village of Schneiderhof should be cautioned that the reference to Mysliv can be misleading. Germans were expelled from Schneiderhof after World War II and the village was briefly resettled by Czechs and apparently was then called Mysliv for a brief time. Later the Czechs were forced out and the village was destroyed for "border zone security concerns". Neither village, Schneiderhof or Mysliv, exists today at that location ( km west-northwest of Vseruby u Kdyne) . However, there does exist today a village named Mysliv which is 43 km east-northeast of Vseruby u Kdyne; this village is not the location of the former Schneiderhof.
I think it’s a great idea to encourage diversity in all public discourse, but I’m surprised and disappointed in the exclusionary language of this pledge. The posts on this site go out of their way to say that there is no subject about which women cannot speak…that is certainly very true…and that there should never be a public panel discussion without a healthy ratio of females…but when it actually declares the pledge, it says nothing about all woman panels. In the interest of true equality, shouldn’t it encourage that people abstain from any panel that excludes either gender? It is true that there is no subject that could not benefit from a woman’s perspective, but is the opposite not also true?
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