Maureen Dowd finds her job “stressful,” apparently because she is a woman. She tells the New York Observer: “I’ve always wished I had more women colleagues on the page…I was talking to my brother Michael about this recently, and he said I should like being the only woman, that it makes me special. But it just feels stressful.”
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