Marital status and employment are factors which deeply affect women’s attitudes, distinguishing them from other female groups. Under these circumstances, cultural activities are among the areas which influence the position of women. This article, presents findings of “Household Cultural Activity and Consumption” research project. Reading books and journals between single and married women and married women in two groups of employed and housewife is compared. In all cases educational and social class variables are controlled. Data analysis indicates the lower level of cultural activity of married women and housewives comparing to those of singles and employed married women. In addition, educational variable as an intervening variable decreases the gap between groups with different positions.