Last month the New York Times published a piece entitled Equality in Marriage Grows, and So Does Class Divide.
It reveals whom we choose to marry, generally, has changed over the decades and now it's more often a marriage of equals rather than a bread-winner marrying a homemaker.
The article cites a study: Marriage and Divorce: Changes and Their Driving Forces. Betsey Stevenson is a co-author of that paper and an economist at the University of Michigan.
Stevenson joined Lester Graham on Stateside to discuss how choosing a marriage partner has changed for same-sex couples over the 20th and early 21st centuries.