She unintentionally nails the truth: amassing professional power at the expense of other women — like trashing mothers at the office, quietly killing family-friendly work arrangements, sacrificing our children, shaming women for their choices including education, or sustaining cliche parenting assumptions — isn’t feminist.
I just found another article I would have used here. amywestervelt has a new book coming out this fall about Having It All and motherhood getting “a feminism of its own.” Turns out, that she had a piece on that topic do very well after HuffPo picked it up 2 years ago.
The analysis is generally good except for the universal “we”. Apparently “we all” decided that women should have to do everything all on their own. In fact, there were many objectors who were ignored.