I don’t know about you, but I really need a break from the dizzying coverage of our next Supreme Court justice. For weeks, I feel I’ve been living/breathing Amy Coney Barrett, parsing what she means for feminism, motherhood and fashion.

Permit me to leave Amyland and shift to another piece of depressing news: Women’s progress on the work front. The bottom line is that women aren’t just stuck on the work front—they’re expected to fall further behind. A lot further behind. That’s from McKinsey/LeanIn 2020 report on women in the workplace.

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