An excerpt here:
Your father helped you come up with the title for your book. What role has your dad played in supporting your goals and your work?
Where do I begin? My dad is a self-proclaimed feminist. Despite looking pretty traditional on paper, he made a courageous effort to create a radically open and real relationship with me. This is especially amazing because he didn't have any role models for this kind of relationship.
He went to my basketball games, cheered me on when I wrote controversial op-eds in the student newspaper, brought me to New York City when I went away to college, and continued to call me, email me, and let me know at every turn that he was proud of the woman I was becoming.
He also adores and respects my mother—which was a great thing for me to watch growing up. Though they didn't get equal parenting quite right, there was never a question in my mind that he thought she was the most brilliant, beautiful woman on earth.
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