Here are the paper highlights:
Women in same-sex couples commute longer to their workplace and work more hours than women in different-sex couples.
Men in same-sex couples instead exhibit shorter commutes and work fewer hours than men in different-sex couples.
These disparities are larger among married couples with children.
Within-couple gaps in commuting time are also significantly smaller in same-sex couples.
These differences are consistent with gender-conforming social norms inducing women in different-sex couples to accept less-rewarding jobs closer to home.