New York Magazine writer Lisa Miller is doing some TV appearances to promote her bogus trend piece about the "legions" of "feminist housewives" who are choosing to stay home because "mothers instinctively want to devote themselves to home more than fathers do." Yesterday, she appeared on CBS This Morning, where she participated in a roundtable discussion about feminism, arguing the case for "leaning out," a term she has coined to serve as opposition to Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In. Groan.
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