Gender Justice: In Depth Why Not Getting Married Is Smart Economics For Women Share Facebook Twitter Email Share Why Not Getting Married Is Smart Economics For Women More people than ever before are choosing not to get married. And for women, that can actually be a good thing. Summer 2016 Gender Justice TABLE OF CONTENTS In Depth This “New” Feminism Has Been Here All Along I Assumed It Was Racism—It Was Patriarchy 3 Maps Show Where Legal Abortions Are Hardest to Get—and Who Lives There 20,000 Domestic Workers Are About to Get Fair Wages. How’d They Do That? What I Want for My Son and the Daddies Who Adopted Him Why Being a “Good Guy” Is Not Enough I Was Supposed to Be Pretty, Feminine, Nice, and Straight It’s Not Really About Bathrooms: Why the Trans Fight is About Human Rights In Photos: Real Men Do Cry Why Not Getting Married Is Smart Economics For Women Immigrant Moms Were Told They Can’t Have Jobs—So They Started Their Own Tamale Co-op The Lakota Martial Arts Teacher Helping Native Women Recover Their Strength “They” and the Emotional Weight of Words This Is What Naked Power Looks Like Solutions We Love Baby Boxes Cut Infant Mortality in Finland—U.S. Cities and States Give Them a Try Think Gender Issues Can’t Be Funny? Think Again A Park Where You Can Walk Among 1,500-Year-Old Bears and Birds Celebrate the Urban Wilderness Right Where You Live How Much Does It Cost to Win a Seat in the U.S. Senate? Culture Shift My Walking Pilgrimage The Best Reason to Ride a Bike How to Keep Mosquitoes Away Without Toxic Chemicals Amid Election Chaos, Communities Show Where the Real Power Is By Tracy Matsue Loeffelholz < 1 MIN READ May 12, 2016 Tracy Matsue Loeffelholz is creative director of YES!