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Michelle Obama Gets Frank About Women ‘Leaning In’: ‘That Sh-t Doesn’t Work All the Time’

Michelle Obama Gets Frank About Women ‘Leaning In’: ‘That Sh-t Doesn’t Work All the Time’

"Cute moment at Michelle Obama's book event tonight at the Barclays", he tweeted, "she was getting into it & she said, 'That lean in s**t doesn't always work!' Everyone freaked out that the First Lady had said 's**t.' Michelle, too".

Obama told "Good Housekeeping" that she would advise the Duchess of Sussex to take her time launching new projects as she becomes more accustom to her new royal duties. "It's not always enough to lean in because that shit doesn't work".

The former First Lady said she was "moved, touched and inspired" by her meetings with hundreds of youngsters at Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School in Islington today. "I think it's okay - it's good, even - to do that", Mrs Obama continued. "You guys gave me a sense of comfort". "But sometimes that stuff doesn't work".

"Marriage still ain't equal, y'all", she said, according to Vanity Fair."It ain't equal".

The method of "leaning in" or to "lean in" is essentially the idea that women can have a healthy balance of their personal and work lives.

In her autobiography Becoming, which she is in Britain to promote, Mrs Obama spoke of the impact that first visit had on her. "It is hard. I love my husband, and we have a great marriage, and we've had a great marriage, but marriage is hard work".

But some people took offense to Obama's unintentional cursing, calling her "classless".

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"I don't wanna be president", she said, as reported by the New York Post.

"People are like, 'Oh, why'd she talk about marriage counseling?' I'm like, 'Duh.' Marriage is hard, you know", she told the crowd.

Mrs Obama pioneered a number of initiatives during her eight years in the White House, with a special focus on children's nutrition and health. She starts leaning back.' Although couched in terms of encouragement, Sandberg's exhortation contains more than a note of reproach.

"We are by no means suggesting Sandberg intended to blame women for inequality", researchers wrote.

However, Facebook's chief operating officer herself later admitted that the philosophy has not been as effective as she hoped.

In a study this year, a group of Duke University psychology professors used 2,000 participants to test the "lean in" approach and how it worked with structural and systemic disadvantages women face in the workplace.

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