Dude Stole My Invention We were inspired by true stories of men who took credit for a woman's invention or discovery, and wrote those accounts as if they appeared in a crime blotter.
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Dude Stole My Invention

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Dude Stole My Invention

Dude Stole My Invention

Dude Stole My Invention

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You know the old saying that behind every successful man, there's a woman who actually did the work but doesn't get any of the credit? We were inspired by true stories of men who took credit for a woman's invention or discovery, and wrote those accounts as if they appeared in a crime blotter.

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