I live in Washington, DC, a city that is overrun with successful men and women.And when I was single, success was a surefire way to increase your attractiveness — unless you were a woman.
We've worked so hard to get where we are and we're confident that we will be able to do anything to get to the top. We're ambitious — and you may or may not be able to deal with it.
Working an 80-hour week is hardly surprising to any of us.
We’re fine to sleep three hours, five nights in a row just because we're just that busy.
It’s offensive, as offensive as telling a mother she is not work-worthy, to assume we as women are just biding our time, playing college student and hard-working career chick, while waiting for prince charming to swoop in and end our needless pursuit of an education and income.
Or maybe we just want to be equally pragmatic and stable before settling down ourselves — if ever we decide to.