Successful women discuss leadership at ESU forum -

Nov 29, 2013 Full story: Pocono Record 6

The four women who served as panelists at ESU's Women as Leaders Roundtable forum last week did not let obstacles stand in the way of their success.

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#1 Nov 29, 2013
Wonder if McCool gave letter writing tips...

New York, NY

#2 Nov 29, 2013
ConservativeVeritas wrote:
Wonder if McCool gave letter writing tips...
"Panelists discussed the criticisms women receive for being emotional leaders, as well as the praise they receive for being team-oriented and nurturing."
I guess this means women lead with their teats. I hate to be derogatory but I hope Hillary has both of her's firing.

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#3 Nov 29, 2013
Interesting that such laudatory celebrations would have no problem excluding the likes of Sarah Palin, someone with more accomplishment than all four of the women pictured.

I guess when women are strong and successful, the requirement that they be liberal is unspoken.
anony mouse

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Nov 29, 2013
I love young audience fluffer, Drew Johnson, sophmore, offering himself up for castration. Too bad he's already a eunuch.
"I reinforce a lot of social construction as a male without even realizing that I am doing it. To speak to the male leaders in this room, what is it that we could do to keep us from making mistakes and slipping up?"
No doubt reared by 2 mustachioed lesbians.
mea culpa,
mea culpa,
mea maxima culpa!

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#6 Nov 29, 2013
Speaking strictly from my own experiences, women tend to be better employees, tend to be more responsible, and take better care of equipment. Discounting the predictable feminazis, leadership roles for women tend to work out okay as well.

It's when the 'we are better than men' attitude rears its short-cropped head that problems develop.

This isn't a contest, ladies. One should strive for excellence no matter what's between one's legs.

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Dec 17, 2013
Camille Paglia is one of my favorite writers. No I don't agree with a lot of what she says, but I do with the following:

"obstructive traditions arose not from menís hatred or enslavement of women but from the natural division of labor that had developed over thousands of years during the agrarian period and that once immensely benefited and protected women, permitting them to remain at the hearth to care for helpless infants and children."

All metrosexuals and Alan Alda should stop throwing themselves on the sacrificial alter of revenge feminism.

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