"If we live in an age of equality, why are women are still left holding the baby? Today, women outperform men at school and university. They make a success of their early careers and enter into relationships on their own terms. But once they have children, their illusions of equality are swiftly shattered as the time machine of motherhood transports them back to the 1950s. Entertaining and controversial, Shatteredexposes the inequalities that still exist between women and men - at work, at home and within relationships - and sets out a bold manifesto for a more fulfilling family life."
If we live in an age of equality, why are women are still left holding the baby? A revolutionary new manifesto for achieving a new equality between the sexes in family life
Rebecca Asher has worked in television news and current affairs and as the Deputy Editor of Woman's Hour and an Executive Producer at BBC Radio 4. She lives in London with her husband and two children. Shattered is her first book. www.rebeccaasher.com