1/23/2014

TIME magazine's use of an image of a woman's leg with a man dragging on the heel of her high-heeled shoe to describe Hillary Clinton's possible 2016 run for the presidency shines a spotlight on the cultural obstacles and stereotypes that prevent women from achieving equity in leadership positions, argues Marianne Schnall. The author spoke to a diverse group of powerful men and women about gender inequality in America for a recent book, "What Will It Take to Make a Woman President? Conversations About Women, Leadership and Power," and found many powerful women continue to be characterized as unlikeable and anti-man.

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