As the UNESCO report “Gender and the Financial Crisis” has shown, taxation should be considered as gendered process, that means tax is usually disproportionately collected from men, because they have more money than women, and usually disproportionately spent on women, because they have less money than men, and on public projects disproportionately supported by women, such education, childcare and health. This means that tax evasion and tax avoidance are gendered issues, because women are disproportionately the losers when taxes are not collected.