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Mom Brilliantly Uses Children's Book Illustrations to Explain Why Women Get the Shaft at Work

Hepeating. The wage gap. Being passed over for promotion to make way for a male colleague's success. These are all experiences that are unfortunately shared by many women in the workforce, and can cause them to not only feel terrible but to doubt their intelligence and abilities as well.

A doctor mom's now-viral Twitter thread, however, is aiming to change all that, by reports.

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