All the Single Ladies
By Rebecca Traister
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PreviewBeing single can be hard, but it can also mean freedom, empowerment, and the opportunity to live life on your own terms. Now is the best time yet to be an unmarried woman. There is no pressure to get married unless it is the right person and the right time. Women are able to develop careers, enjoy friendships, have sex, and be independent. Marriage isn’t a requirement or something you avoid, women have the right to choose what is best for them.
About the AuthorRebecca Traister is a journalist and writer focused on women’s issues. Working for New York magazine and Elle magazine, Traister often comments on feminism. Her essays on the media industry that appeared in Salon and The New York Times won her a journalism award. All the Single Ladies is her second book. Her first book, which covered the impact of Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign, was named a Notable Book of 2010.