Guardian.co.uk: [Kelly]Valen [author of The Twisted Sisterhood] said she was shocked by the number of women who told her that they endured their female friendships behind "frozen smiles and a facade of intimacy." The battles waged beneath the surface were so merciless, she was told, that women felt unsafe with each other. [more].
New York cartoonist Liza Donnelly may agree somewhat with Valen's findings on women's relationships with each other, but she has a positive prescription, a brighter view of how these relationships can change and of course, make the world a better place. What do you think? Are women's relationships very much (or somewhat) like a vicious, frightening "twisted sisterhood," with no hope for change? Some hope for change? Lots of hope for change? Or are women's relationships nothing like that at all?