The best little tabloid in Manhattan

Good job, New York Times. Never let a woman try for a big job without asking the universe if she can have it all.

wendy davis


  1. iknklast says

    Yeah. I’m waiting for a cover with Paul Ryan or Scott Walker when they run for president asking Can Paul Ryan have it all? Nope, won’t happen. If it does, it’ll mean something totally different!

  2. says

    It’s weird. When a woman has children and a career, it’s always phrased as “Oh dear, does she have time for all that? Maybe she should just be a little less ambitious and stay home with the kids.”

    However, when a man has children and a career, it’s usually “Wow, he’s successful and brilliant, and he’s a father too! Is there anything this superman can’t do?” That is, assuming the children are mentioned at all.

    I don’t think I’ve ever come across a single case where it was suggested that a successful male politician or business man should give up his career to stay home and take care of the kids. Correct me if I’ve missed one.

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