The success of such a lengthy book of literary fiction by a relatively unknown author is surprising. The backlash has been commensurately severe.
No one asked me to anticipate when we’ll need more toilet paper and find out which store has the best deal on an economy pack, either. My emotional labor is automatic, a kind of compulsion.
The Guardian reports that tackling gender inequality in the developing world would generate an immense amount of wealth — $12 trillion, in fact.
Despite demonstrating not even competence but consistent superiority in this field for almost a decade, women hedge fund managers still have a hard time raising funds.
Let us all swoon over Anne-Marie Slaughter’s husband.
Announcing that you plan to treat the birth of your twins like a bad cold — two weeks in bed, some aspirin, and you’re back as though nothing happened — is not setting a good example for anyone.
Class seems to be about appearing moderate and restrained rather than excessive in any way.
Olen advises women to swagger more, even if we have to fake it; be more resilient and less dispirited by the word “no”; and make use of our networks.