I’m conflicted about this one, though undoubtedly I think it’s going to gain a ton of attention. Partly, because it shines light on very relevant issues that effects many woman (including myself). Women’s workplace inequality is so prevalent that the Columbia Business School students who made this parody music video recognize the pains of female leadership before they even start their careers. That said, I don’t love how it paints women outside to office as either meek housewives or exactly the same as stereotypical high powered men.
Women should be encouraged to be who ever they want to be when they walk out that office door. Be it an artist, athlete, homemaker, or awesome friend. Instead, this video makes powerful women aspire to be alcoholic, sex maniacs who oppress men. I really could do without that bit, but I think the larger message is still worth sharing