"When a woman works something is lost."
This brilliant idea is one of many that Kaitlin Flanagan has desigined particularly to bash working mothers. She may be a failed novelist, but she is the American media's darling, including The New Yorker and the Atlantic Monthly where she is given a regular forum to dissiminate her originality.
I don't care how witty or pretty she is. She is a basher of working mothers, which puts her pretty much at the bottom of my reading list--right there with Friedman and Brooks. (and to get as far down I have to be a voracious reader when I'm 170 years old).