. . . is the message that a woman only becomes a writer because she’s unhappy in love. Imagine if the tables were turned:
Becoming Ernest. A young man whose mother dressed him as a girl until he was three becomes a writer when he can’t get laid enough.
Becoming Will. With his creative talent threatened by domestic bliss, never mind the responsibilities of fatherhood, young Will Shakespeare flees Stratford for London, and a loveless future as the world's greatest playwright.
Becoming Will II: Back To Stratford. With his creative talent threatened by a small dark lady who's sleeping with everybody in leggings, old Will Shakespeare flees London for Stratford, and a loveless future as a husband and father.