In other “having it all” news, Random House has decided to turn Slaughter’s cover story into a book! And the writer has decided to retire the phrase “having it all,” since it seems antiquated and empty. She writes that a more apt title would have been Why Working Mothers Need Better Choices to Be Able to Stay in the Pool and Make It to the Top, which is admittedly less catchy. Though she could abbreviate to “Moms in Pool Have Shit Choices,” which is the kind of double entendre that would probably make book buyers look twice.
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