Reader M.H. responds to my book review of Full Frontal Feminism on NRO:
“I love the part about not even understanding why people change their names upon marriage. I would love to see the second generation results of hyphenation.
“If a married couple hyphenated to Smith-Jones and their child married, say, a similarly hyphenated person by the name of Blickensderfer-Chung . . . then they would be Smith-Jones-Blickensderfer-Chung? And then when they had a child who got married it would be Smith-Jones-Blickensderfer-Chung-Wittrig-Beeney-Boyce-Peperkorn?
“I mean, is feminism code for inefficient naming?”