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Ascent or Descent? #FridayFotoFiction

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The stories of progress seemed like myths.

She wondered if the media, and probably even women, exaggerated about women empowerment. Maybe the people who won, and their achievements that were highlighted, were overstated?

She wondered what happened to them after the applause died down. What turn did life take after the lights dimmed and life returned to a normal routine.

The glass ceiling was there. It seemed fragile but it hadn’t been cracked yet. The climb up the ladder, well, she had still to see it for real.

Priya let out a deep sigh as she read the email telling her that her long awaited promotion was put on hold. Once again. A maternity break had given her a much longed for baby but rendered her career stillborn.

She watched the person who was celebrating his promotion, which was rightfully hers, going around the office with a box of sweets.

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6 thoughts on “Ascent or Descent? #FridayFotoFiction

  1. corporate honchos pay lip service to diversity, pack the stats with newbies and yet stiff that weary middle aged lady! True story! Need to keep these stories coming but as Hillary learnt what looks like glass is actually a mirage. Cannot be broken. Great write!

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