In an open Vogue article in which tennis star Serena Williams said it was the right time to "evolve" away from tennis and
concentrate on growing her family. It's a choice that women have made for years -- and it's not going to improve anytime soon.
If I was a man I wouldn't be writing this since I'd be winning and playing while my wife was working
on the physical work of expanding our family." She said. "Maybe I'd become more like Tom Brady if I had this chance.
Her words struck me hard A sense of sadness came over me. Naturally, I am in support of Williams
her decision to put her money into the family she has, however that's not the way I would like her career to conclude.
I am so sorry to cross this road. When I was a child my sister and I were tennis players playing pretending to be The Williams sisters.
They were the opposite of tiny dolls. They were powerful symbols. Growing up watching Serena's life was awe-inspiring.
There wasn't any indication that there any thing she could not do. However, the reality is different.
If a woman with Williams"', which means the ability, and resources have the option of choosing between family and work
What does this mean for the other women who have children? "I hate that I have to be at this crossroads," she wrote. I hate it, too.