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Rebecca Traister Biography and Wiki

Rebecca Traister is an American journalist, author, and editor working as a Writer-at-Large for New York magazine and its website The Cut. She also contributes as an editor at Elle magazine. Traister wrote for The New Republic from February 2014 through June 2015. Traister comments on feminism and politics regularly on cable TV news.

Rebecca Traister Age, How Old Is Rebecca

She is around 46 years. Rebecca was born in 1975, in the United States.

Rebecca Traister Height and Weight

Traister stands at an average height and weighs moderately.

Rebecca Traister Parents and Family

Traister was born and brought up by her parents on a farm in the United States. Her father is Jewish and her mother comes from the Baptist. She has no siblings in her family. In addition, Traister has identified herself as Christian. 

Rebecca Traister Education

Traister attended and graduated from Germantown Friends School in Philadelphia. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University. Traister left and went to live in New York City after college.

Rebecca Traister Husband Darius Wadai

Traister is married to her husband Darius Wadia, a public defender in Brooklyn. The couple got married in 2011 in the city of New York. The pair has two daughters. Besides, the family lives in New York.

Rebecca Traister Children and Daughters

She is a mother and wife. Traister and her husband Darius are proud parents of two daughters.

Rebecca Traister New York Magazine, The Cut Wikipedia

Traister serves as a writer at large for New York magazine. She has won the National Magazine Award and has written about women in politics, media, and entertainment from a feminist perspective for The New Republic and Salon. Traister has also contributed to The Nation, The New York Observer, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.

Apart from journalism, Traister has authored three books including two New York bestsellers, All the Single Ladies, and Good and Mad. She won an award for her book Big Girls Don’t Cry. Traister earned a “Making Trouble / Making History Award” from the Jewish Women’s Archive in 2012 at its annual luncheon. The award was presented by longtime activist Gloria Steinem. 

Traister won a Mirror Award for Best Commentary in Digital Media in 2012 for two Salon posts, “’30 Rock’ Takes on Feminist Hypocrisy–and Its Own,” and “Seeing ‘Bridesmaids’ is a Social Responsibility.” Her essay on “The Soap Opera Is Dead! Long Live The Soap Opera!” was published in The New York Times.

Rebecca Traister All The Single Ladies

The book, All The Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister was named The New York Times bestselling in 2016. Traister focuses on the sexual, economic, and emotional lives of women in the book. It is a fascinating and provoking book for everyone interested in learning more about this critical era in American history, not only single women.

Traister began writing All the Single Ladies in 2009, a book on the American single woman in the twenty-first century. It was the year that the percentage of married American women dropped below 50%, and the median age of first marriages, which had remained between twenty and twenty-two years for nearly a century had risen significantly to twenty-seven.

All the Single Ladies reviews American life and how we got here, through the lens of the single American woman. Traister has talked about class, race, sexual orientation, and is filled with vivid anecdotes from fascinating contemporary and historical figures. She has been praised for her writing skills on women, politics, and America.

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Rebecca Traister Books

Traister published her first book Big Girls Don’t Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women (2010). The non-fiction book was a New York Times Notable Book of 2010, and winner of the Ernesta Drinker Ballard Book Prize in 2012.

Her second non-fiction book, All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation got published in 2016. It became The New York Times best-seller and has been referred to as a follow-up to the first. According to Gillian Whitemarsh of The New York Times, the book is a very informative account of women’s bids for independence in spanning generations.

In 2018, Traister published her third non-fiction book, Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger, Being together and really listening is one of the best outcomes this book’s topic can have to make a difference in our world. another New York Times best-seller.

Rebecca Traister Salary

Traister earns an estimated annual salary of range of $40,000 – $110,000 dollars working as a writer-at-large for New York Magazine and The Cut.

Rebecca Traister Net Worth

Traister has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars earned through her career working as an author and editor. Presently, she works as a writer for New York magazine and its website The Cut.

Rebecca Traister Articles

Anita Hill Wants More Than an Apology – Thirty years after her groundbreaking testimony to Congress, Hill says gender violence is a public crisis.

How Is Andrew Cuomo Still Here? A shocking report is a test of his ability to bend reality to his will.

Biden’s Big Left Gamble – The president is overseeing a sea change in the world of economic policy, and so much hangs in the balance.

Life As a Man – When Valentina Rice wrote a letter to Blake Bailey’s publisher alleging that he had raped her, they forwarded the message right to him.

Who Is Rebecca Traister

Rebecca Traister is an American journalist, author, and editor working as a writer for New York magazine and its website The Cut. She also contributes as an editor at Elle magazine. Traister wrote for The New Republic from February 2014 through June 2015.

Is Rebecca Traister Married

Traister got married to her husband Darius Wadia in the year 2011. The couple has two daughters. Besides, The family lives in New York City.

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