You know, one of the things that I think I get nervous about in this moment is, as you've seen, we've seen everybody's life on the Zoom screen. You've seen my son interrupt me a hundred times. You see my bedroom where I work. And, I think, in the beginning, a lot of us were turning off our video and muting the sound because we knew intellectually that we were going to pay the cost of you seeing our mothering ... I really question whether now that you've seen my life and the work that I do—the extra, unvalued unpaid labor that I do at home—whether employers are walking around right now being like 'Uh, I gotta hire a mom.