The founder of a medical school in California has been forced to resign after he admitted to taking part in the Reddit medical school’s recruitment process and posting about his plans on the website.

In an interview with CBS Los Angeles, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian said that he and his wife were recruited for the program but were rejected for being too old and too male.

“I was looking for a younger guy, and they said, ‘You’re not a good fit,'” Ohanian, who runs a popular Reddit forum for students to discuss medical topics, told the station.

“So I just kept going back to the same old script, and this is what happened.

I went back to my profile picture and I posted about my family, and there was no follow-up.

It was all about the first day.”

Ohanian said the Reddit community was “really nice” but he was “very frustrated” with the program and its recruitment process.

“When you’re at the top of the pyramid, you have to do your job.

I did that,” he said.”

The idea that it’s somehow not about the students.

The students are the ones who are doing the recruiting and are going to be the first ones to be hired, are the students who are going into medical school, so it’s really unfair.”

He said he has since taken his case to the California attorney general’s office.

Ohanian’s account of the process has since been taken down from Reddit, but the site said it was in the process of reviewing it.

“As the company and Reddit have a long history of diversity, it is with deep regret and sorrow that Reddit takes this step to remove our profile,” the site wrote.

“We are currently in the review process of the Reddit account that was removed.

We sincerely apologize to all of our communities and to our partners for the pain caused by the removal.”

Ahanian told the CBS LA station that he believes his Reddit account was taken down because of concerns about the sexual orientation of its moderators.

He said he was approached by two administrators and told he would have to stop posting comments on Reddit.

“They were looking to see if there was something that I was going to say that would be offensive,” he told CBS LA.

“I said, oh, well, what I said on Reddit about my parents’ marriage and the idea that my dad was a gay man, I’ve been very clear about that, and I’ve said it in a way that people can accept.”

“It was just a lot of really ignorant questions that I would say, ‘Well, you know, I know you’re a gay guy and I know that my mom and dad are in a relationship.

So I guess you’re not going to get that kind of advice.'”

He also said that Reddit’s moderators would not have been able to find out about his sexuality from his Reddit profile.

“In the context of Reddit, you’re looking for people who are not looking for an easy answer.

You’re looking to make sure that the user is a thoughtful, thoughtful person,” he explained.”

We had very little idea that what we were doing was illegal.”