Is Money the Great Equalizer For Women?
Sallie Krawcheck

To invest, women women need access to investable capital. Much of what women do that contributes to productivity in the economy is not included in it formally, and not monetizablr as a result.

While striving for better investment access and savvy as well as equal pay for equal work are admirable and worthwhile, the great heist is that “women’s work” , reproduction of the labor force, exploited (and in many cases, outlawed) sexual capital, and almost all domestic work is unpaid and expected to be done with little to not material reward for women.

Until it’s not “natural” to subjugate the existence of women in this way, women’s progress in the formal economy will fail to address this gap.