Oh yeah, I remember. For me and the rest of my sex, having a love life, children, and/or a spouse is not particularly compatible with having a career in higher education. Think I'm kidding? Check this out (quoted
from The New York Times
Surveying outcomes for 160,000 Ph.D. recipients across the United States, the researchers determined that 70 percent of male tenured professors were married with children, compared with only 44 percent of their tenured female colleagues. Twelve years or more after receiving their doctorates, tenured women were more than twice as likely as tenured men to be single and significantly more likely to be divorced. And lest all of this look like “personal choice,” when the researchers asked 8,700 faculty members in the University of California system about family and work issues, nearly 40 percent of the women agreed with the statement, “I had fewer children than I wanted,” compared with less than 20 percent of the men. The take-home message, Dr. Mason said in a telephone interview, is, “Men can have it all, but women can’t.”
If I thought screaming would make a difference, I would. But I'm not going to--'cause it won't.