We are told to "lean in," to stop saying “just,” to quit apologizing. But not all of us have that privilege. And maybe we shouldn’t be the ones changing anyway.
The writer believes Sheryl Sandberg's book gave her the language to describe her experience as a young widow. Can it do the same for the Facebook COO?
The most feminist character to appear on a network TV sitcom has disappeared from pop-cultural memory. Can Candice Bergen’s new memoir, “A Fine Romance," restore her legacy?
Sheryl Sandberg’s movement is nice—in theory. But as this sole-earner and mother of twins discovered while working for an abusive boss, pride is a privilege for women in the workplace.
How rethinking chief-officer titles can land more broads in the boardroom