It's fair to say that the tech industry isn't always the friendliest place for women. According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), just 25 percent of the computing workforce was female in 2015. Back in June, Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick took a leave of absence amid a sexual harassment scandal. And just last week, James Damore was fired by Google over a controversial manifesto on workplace equality.
Now, Lydia Jones, a tech entrepreneur from the North West of England and co-founder of the Troops mobile app, has taken to Twitter to share the series of texts she received after asking for business advice on Facebook.