I realize the rest of the feminist internet is going to disagree with me on this one, but I loved this Elizabeth Wurtzel piece on 1% housewives.
Is it mean? Yes. Is it representative of most women’s lives? No. But maybe it’s time modern “internet feminism” made room for polemics and hard-nosed viewpoints and positioned itself as a serious social movement, instead of focusing on identity and making everyone feel good....read more
First off, this will be my last post of the week. It’s been lovely and I’m so pleased to have had the opportunity. So come by and chat at my blog if you’re so inclined. I figured that for my last post, I’d go for a little navel gazing and then one last picture of [...]...read more
Half-Changed World has more on the NYTimes article pitting working moms against stay-at-home moms that Jill discusses here. One of the stories that floated around when I attended is that Yale used to have a goal of admitting “1000 Leaders of the Future” each year. Then they decided to admit women (in 1969!), but they [...]...read more