The abrasiveness trap: High-achieving men and women are described differently in reviews
I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You: A Novel
I was called arrogant by a male boss and abrasive by a male colleague. Now I know I’m not alone. #sexist
On Being a Female in Venture Capital - MIT Sloan Students Speak: MBA Class of 2015
Best book I read all summer heads up fellow readers Patti Avella April Daniels Hussar Michele Brown Blumberg Mia Kim-Solloway
"She had heard from a male colleague that she should "clarify what every meeting is about," or else she might get herself tangled in a situation with an investor or founder more interested in her than her work. I was shocked to hear that anecdote, but I shared with her my own experiences, of overhearing bro convos and feeling a bit left out of the culture, since I was, by my own existence as a woman, different from everyone else."