Let me get one thing out of the way upfront: I do not believe that all women "should" vote for Hillary...
Don't touch that dial: beneath the surface of the seemingly-put-together woman getting into her car after dropping her child off at school...
Our culture teaches us to balance til we break. Instead of insisting on pursuing our innate gifts, we give ourselves that insidious pep talk -- "Oh well, life is about trade offs" -- and it keeps us playing small.
We can all be the change we wish to see in the world through what we share online, and how we share it.
What's the point of sharing, if it's all an elaborate performance to reinforce other people's false notions of us?
The announcement that Netflix will offer a year of paid leave for new parents is great... for Netflix employees. But what about everyone else?
I rushed out to see it, but unfortunately, it fails to live up to the smart feminist standard set by Schumer's TV show.
Our lives aren't tidy, and neither are our identities -- so why do we act like they are? And what would happen if we stopped?