Quote:the article goes further, it raises the question of are we already at a point where women have the advantage. Even if the reversal has not gone that far this has huge ramifications for family life. The fact that increasingly women decide they dont want a man, which leaves men without women and presumably unattached to family has to be a huge concern after we see what this has done to the lower class black man. I am not so sure that these wayward men will gravitate to a life a crime, I more suspect they will take up radicalism. The danger is that we will end up with a huge pocket of excess men with nothing at stake in the society, who will be ready and willing to burn it down.I think this article is really just an observation that men no longer have as much of a gender advantage as they historically did and that we can envision a day where there is no advantage
which leaves men without women and presumably unattached to family has to be a huge concern
why would that create some short of stress, misery, and unhappiness in men
I'd say that the end of entitlement actually means the beginning of men. I am not fearful of being evaluated on an equal plane
If what Hawkeye predicts comes to pass
Exactly what has been done to the 'lower class black man' and to what are you attributing it
You're basically a Chicken Little - The End of Man! The End of Man!
Some women are doing better on the job market, some not. I don't think, really, that women are deciding they don't want men around, that is ridiculous
Hey, this is all in your head. Lack of money...lack of love...lack of sex?????????
you're worried that if you stop feeding Fifi special dog food and having her groomed daily that she'll turn out the same way.
On balance, considering everything, we might just need them as sperm donors.
Did we ever really need them for more than that?
Quote:had you paid attention in class you would know that the hypothesis being examined is that women are better suited for this society that we have created, that men are inferior. It would be helpful if you would try to catch up.I'd say that the end of entitlement actually means the beginning of men. I am not fearful of being evaluated on an equal plane
None of my challenges or successes at my work have anything to do with my gender. Being a man isn't stigmatizing me as inferior.