Here is a very interesting discussion on the Her.meneutics blog, on a theme that I have already marked on this blog; career women’s work-life balance.
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Why Christian women are needed at home and in the highest echelons of society.
Leslie Leyland Fields
By now everyone who cares, and some who don’t, have heard about Ann-Marie Slaughter’s exhaustive Atlantic cover story, “Why Women Still Can’t Have it All.” The sub-blurb heightens the controversy:
It’s time to stop fooling ourselves. . . . The women who have managed to be both mothers and top professionals are superhuman, rich, or self-employed. If we truly believe in equal opportunity for all women, here’s what has to change.
I’ve always found cheerleading inexplicable, but while reading Slaughter’s 12,000+-word treatise, I felt a powerful urge to don a flippy skirt, grab a pom-pom, and lead a stadium of women in a cheer: “Sis Boom Bah! No More La-Dee-Dah!” Slaughter, who broke several glass ceilings as the first woman dean at Woodrow Wilson School of Law and as first woman director of policy planning under Hillary Clinton, dared to do the unthinkable: She stepped down from her high-level position to spend more time with her struggling teenage sons.
Read the entire article HERE.