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Addressing the hot-button topic of women balancing their potentially dualing desires for professional success and children, this polemic weighs the conscious and unconscious choices women make in their 20s and 30s about career, love, and sex, and how those decisions shape the rest of their lives. Questions such as Has feminism failed women? and Can women really have it all? are asked and pointedly answered. In this passionate, well-researched, and often intimate exploration of these issues, the author reflects on her own life as a successful, though childless, career woman, and invites others to examine the major, life-altering decisions young women make every day.

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Addressing the hot-button topic of women balancing their potentially dualing desires for professional success and children, this polemic weighs the conscious and unconscious choices women make in their 20s and 30s about career, love, and sex, and how those decisions shape the rest of their lives. Questions such as Has feminism failed women? and Can women really have it all? are asked and pointedly answered. In this passionate, well-researched, and often intimate exploration of these issues, the author reflects on her own life as a successful, though childless, career woman, and invites others to examine the major, life-altering decisions young women make every day.

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