THE Cashmere Mafia they definitely are not. And in many cases, they don't want to be.
Of the dozens of women who sat down last year with the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission to discuss "what women want", it was the children of second-wave feminists who felt most strongly that women cannot have it all. "My friends used to call me super woman when I had little kids and I used to do lots of things, but now I've given up half those things," one woman said. "Now it's real life and the quality of life."
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