They Call It the Reverse Gender Gap

Luisita Lopez Torregrosa for New York Times: “As the year ends, much of the talk around women — at least in the United States — has moved from empowerment and global gender gaps to the trend of young single women out-earning men and the rise of female breadwinners…The emergence of this cohort of high-earning young women and the increasing number of female breadwinners are transforming gender relationships, upending patterns of matchmaking, marriage and motherhood, creating a new conflict between the sexes, redefining the word ‘breadwinner’ and inspiring tracts on the leveling of men’s roles.