Former first lady Michelle Obama took the stage by storm at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to advance “Becoming” her contemporary chronicle. The book has already hit the 2 million copies mark within the initial two weeks of the official release.
Facing a rapt audience Obama elucidated everything right from the white flag that altered her neighborhood in the South Side of Chicago to the high school guidance counselor who said to her that she was not the Princeton material.
Her thoughts about the work life balance were that marriage was yet not equal. She augmented on her censure of the philosophy familiarized by Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg in 2013. For the inexperienced the “lean in” corporatized account of feminism indicates that women can be entitle to everything if they behave like men and are really aggressive at the workplace.
It instantly siphoned censure for appearing to condemn women for male occupied workplaces. Even Sandberg confesses that women have not prospered much since she familiarized the catchphrase.
When Michelle Obama had entered on to the national stage with her husband over a decade ago, she was commended as a ceremonial modern woman. From her innumerable career achievements to her appealing family to her fluent style, Obama manifested the embodiment of the idea that women can get whatever she aims for.
Obama commenced with almost equal resume as her husband but has frequently rendered career single mindedness delineated to carry on with work she liked as well as manage the ropes of being a responsible parent.
Dennis Wheeler is the lead editor for Lake View Expositor. Dennis has been working as a journalist for nearly a decade having published pieces in many print and digital publications including the New York Post and the Huffing Post. Larry is based in Hartford and covers issues affecting his city and state. When he’s not busy in the newsroom, Larry enjoys playing golf.