Married or single, women want the same things

Between the well-documented rise of single-person households and the new era of cultural fascination with the new “spinster,” there seems to be keen interest these days in separating women into two categories: married or single.
Journalist Kate Bolick deserves some of the credit (or blame — take your pick) for this turn, thanks to the recent publication of “Spinster” as well as her 2011 Atlantic cover story “All the single ladies.” I expect good things from her book, which interweaves…