by rantywoman

The invisibility phenomenon couldn’t come at a worse time. “The costs of compromises made to manage work and family . . . are coming home to roost,” Cannold says. “That we aren’t going to get as far, soar as high, achieve as much as we planned, is a bitter enough pill to swallow. Losing our youth at the same time, and the potential for the second chances and happier endings it conjures, only rubs salt in the wound.”

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