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she says it injures us as a culture to assume that "because its impossible to put a precise figure on it were going to assume that all that work was basically worth nothing" Sun Bonds former wife of Barry Bonds received no portion of his earnings in their divorce although he presumably benefited from her homemaking labor while they were married Ertman also brought up the case of Harold a Florida resident who nursed his partner Loretta on her deathbed with cancer but because theyd done "everything but the vows" her family took their joint property after her death Harold sued but was not compensated for either the time or his own money (including an inheritance) that he sacrificed for Lorettas health Ertmans question is: do we really want to live in a society that says Harolds caregiving role has no value "My hope in writing Loves Promises is to make an argument for moral neutrality" around marriage Ertman told Mundy and the audience "Instead of coming from nature or God" she emphasized "I would say that families and love come in different packages" Though still processing her reactions to the ruling as both a lesbian and a law professor Ertman sees the Obergefell decision as to some degree making her books goal a reality: "to recognize that marriage is a human institution; it doesnt come in one shape that fits everybody" She marvels at the reactionary language used by the dissenting justices and the ramifications of their worldview on other aspects of gender equality "If marriage is about one man one woman then someone has to be the man the woman" she says dismissing the idea that creating a legal imprimatur for traditional gender roles shouldor even couldforce adherence to a "one-size-fits-all" approach to family She worries too that the consequences of Obergefell could be to replace one moral absolutethat homosexuality is unnatural and gays do not deserve constitutional protectionswith another"equally morally charged"imperative of marriage as an absolute social good to the exclusion of other kinds of relationships She does however see potential for aging single Baby Boomers to keep institutions like civil unions and domestic partnerships vital as they look to build long-term companionship with fewer entanglements for their adult children Her evaluation of the post-Obergefell legal landscape is that it could spark what legal scholar Derrick Bell called "interest convergence" between gays and other groups and create models for future progress for "rights and duties about parenthood" that could include "efforts to recognize more than two parents" In the arc of history from the 1986 Supreme Court ruling in Bowers v Hardwick (which upheld the rights of states to make laws criminalizing homosexual encounters) to Obergefell we can see the law as Ertman does: as a vehicle of expression for who we are and want to be as a society Ertman sees this arc as evidence of what 19th-century (coverture-era) British jurist and legal historian Sir Henry Maine theorized as law and societys move "from status to contract"toward a modern world in which individuals are free to make contracts and form associations according to their own choices Jane Greenway Carr is an ACLS Public Fellow and Contributing Editor at New America She holds a PhD from NYU and is the editor of The Brooklyn Quarterly Follow her on Twitter @janegreenway This piece was originally published in New Americas digital magazine The Weekly Wonk Sign up to get it delivered to your inbox each Thursday here and follow @New America on Twitter Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors This post is in partnership with Fortune which offers the latest business and finance news Read the article below originally published at Fortunecom By John Gaudiosi There are more women playing video games in the US than at any time according to recent research from the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) The average American gamer is 31 years old and 48% are female which is up from 40 percent in 2010 Women age 18 or older represent a significantly greater portion of the game-playing population (36%) than boys age 18 or younger (17%) The popularity of free-to-play online and mobile games from Kim Kardashian: Hollywood to Candy Crush Sagato Plants vs Zombies has helped the number of female gamers age 50 and older increase by 32% from 2012 to 2013 according to the ESA Generations of women who grew up playing games like Super Mario Bros and The Sims have made things even with men (50%) when it comes to the most frequent game purchasers whose average age is 35 According to a recent survey conducted by the International Game Developers Association (IGDA) the number of women working in the game industry has doubled since 2009 to 22% of the workforce But its still a mans world 76% of game developers are men Wanda Meloni of M2 Research who worked on the IGDA survey said much of the female growth is in the education and student sector of respondents "Even with these positive points there has never been more blatant reproach and harassment towards the women making games and female consumers who are growing the market with their wallets" said Meloni "The backlash has reached a head and is something that is greatly impacting the market both from within and with consumers The message continues to be one where women are unwelcome but the women on this Fortune list continue to forge their own paths and we applaud them for that" Below are 10 powerful women in the $76 billion global video game business today (in alphabetical order) For the rest of the story please go to Fortunecom Contact us at [email protected] After the Sept. 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