Our culture has abandoned the protection of our girls. That, of course, has huge implications for the well-being of our boys, too. As a mother of four — including three girls, ages 11, 14 and 16 — few things scare me more.
The fallout from the essay “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” in the current Atlantic Magazine is still loudly echoing in the blogosphere. But for the most part, the cacophony of voices in response has rung as hollow as the original piece.
The idea of engaging in “webtribution” is a little alien to me. Apparently that’s the practice of defaming a so-called enemy on the Internet.
To me it just seems so public. I mean really, aren’t there more subtle ways?
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