Helen LaKelly Hunt, "Will Women Fund Their Own Revolution?" One of the best articles you will ever read on women's philanthropy in the context of a male-dominated (in other words hard headed and emotionally obtuse) estate and financial planning process. I have read this article over and over trying to take its messages to heart. If in certain circles philanthropy is gendered female, and if the woman's philanthropy is limited to a philanthropic budget (to a small share of income and zero share of principal), that may be because in her world the door to the counting house is locked and bolted, leaving her in the parlor to make nice with small dollars. When a woman's wisdom is excluded from the planning process, the overall legacy plan may be blind. Worse, perhaps, as in this case, there may soon be two legacy plans, his and hers, once the divorce papers are signed. Getting the woman's wisdom to partner with the male perspective and rule the entire legacy plan, not just the giving budget, strikes me as a very big opportunity for planners, families, and society. Nonprofits can promote this.