“Around the time I graduated from college, my school released a report about the experience of women on campus. The report covered everything from campus safety to female faculty, but there was one finding I will never forget. The report described a culture in which women were “expected to achieve ‘effortless perfection’–perfection that entails being smart, accomplished, fit, beautiful and popular, all without visible effort.”
‘Effortless perfection.’ I know something about that.”
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