Yeah, there are so many things working in the world that still assume that men are the workers, like the hours expected to work and demands of a job. It's all a very biased world. I like the comment she made about how Americans work so much, 40 hours + a week, and take no time off (I think she said this, or I connected to it) - but that's not conducive to having a life, having children, or having relationships out of work. I think one thing that makes humans great is multiplicity in roles, something that women have had to do for centuries (mother, wife, matriarch) while men have had that one role.
I'd love to see the workplace adapt and become a better place for everyone. I think there's something seriously wrong with people who work so long and so much for a job or career and ignore other parts of their lives. It's phallocentric, it's dangerous, and it's a requirement to get ahead and past the glass ceiling. Act this way, do this, you can be in our club - if you're different we don't like you. That's not supporting any sort of individuality.
What did you think of the book?