Real Women, Real Lives: Four San Antonians talk candidly about passion for their interests

Four San Antonians talk candidly about passion for their interests, commitment to family and community and vision for the future It’s not easy to define the contemporary San Antonio woman. Like elsewhere in the United States, women’s lives have changed profoundly in the last 40 years, largely thanks to the women’s movement and general socio-educational trends. While the change has been mostly for the better, it is still a work-in-progress. Today, 75 percent of married women with school-age children work outside of the home, but many report being overstressed and torn between career and family. At the same time,...

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