A Uterus Is a Feature, Not a Bug: The Working Woman's Guide to Overthrowing the Patriarchy

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Harper Business
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6.2 X 1.2 X 8.9 inches | 1.13 pounds
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About the Author

Sarah Lacy is the founder and CEO of Pando.com, a no-holds-barred investigative journalism site covering the tech industry, and the founder and CEO of ChairmanMom.com, a judgment-free community for working moms. A business journalist for nearly twenty years, Lacy previously wrote for BusinessWeek and TechCrunch, and cohosted Tech Ticker for Yahoo Finance.


"One of Silicon Valley's most outspoken journalists challenges us to recognize that motherhood is a source of strength, not weakness. It's an unusually provocative, refreshingly candid rallying cry for a world of work that treats women fairly. Consider this book the real battle hymn of the tiger mother."--Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take, Originals, and Option B with Sheryl Sandberg
"Sarah Lacy has been challenging the male-dominated culture in Silicon Valley for years, never backing down. She's paved the way for more women to stand up and speak out. Her persistence pursuit of equality is in all her work, including this necessary book."--Sallie Krawcheck, bestselling author of Own it, and Co-founder and CEO of Ellevest
"The hot stew of pregnancy, motherhood, and career is utterly different for every woman. No matter what your experiences are, reading about Sarah's will help you feel more connected to yourself and to other women, and give you some specific ideas for how to find your own way to integrate all the ingredients life throws your way, and to help others find theirs."--Kim Scott, bestselling author of Radical Candor
"A passionate polemic about the almost invisible role the patriarchy plays in controlling women's lives."--San Francisco magazine
"Finally, a working mom book with attitude. The book is an inspiring reminder of how much mothers can accomplish when they decide that 'No' is not an option."--New York Post
"A Uterus is a Feature, Not a Bug is exactly right. It's a great case for why motherhood isn't something to be explained away or dealt with carefully on a resume. It's actually the source of our superpowers."--Claire Shipman, bestselling co-author of The Confidence Code