Why is it so commonplace to hear women declare that “they’re terrible at math?” Do we have an allergy to figures? A lack of interest? Or is there a wider perception that we’ve digested that women are somehow less adept with numbers? Either way, what a truly useless notion.
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A quiet sisterhood has been slowly building membership among professional women. The problem with this elusive “club” – which is approximately 7.3 million women strong – is that no one wants to be affiliated with it. What’s more, women often gain access right when their careers are beginning to peak and their experience had more value. I’m talking about the ever-increasing cohort of working women struggling with infertility.
Best paid. Most powerful. Top influencer. Lots of publications churn out lists and rankings of impressive women. These grown-up honor rolls sell magazines and get lots of hits in the social-media universe, whether showcasing women's power in terms of hierarchy or paychecks. It seems we love a good competition, especially one that culminates in a tidy inventory of prowess.
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