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End of Men

Enough Already With the End of Men

Barbara & Shannon Kelley | Posted 04.08.2013 | Women
Barbara & Shannon Kelley

What creeps me out is my suspicion that the real reason we are so worried about boys of late is the fact that when it comes to college or grad school or scoring the job with the corner office, girls have started to catch u

The Masculine Critique

Brad Harrington | Posted 12.08.2012 | Business
Brad Harrington

Difficult economic circumstances, less-than-stellar academic performance, and growing equality for women may have all conspired to lessen men's advantage at work, but "success" in the workplace is not the only or ultimate measure of a life well-lived.

Where Are The Men?

Tom Sightings | Posted 12.08.2012 | Fifty
Tom Sightings

At first I thought it was just me. Then I looked around at my friends. One lost his job in his 40s. He's being supported by his wife who commutes to the city. Another friend is a writer. He sits at home while his wife goes off to work. My friend Robert was forced into early retirement when he was 57. He's the house husband; she's the breadwinner.

Doing This to Your Husband Does Not Make Him More of a Man

Kate Gale | Posted 12.05.2012 | Women
Kate Gale

I woke with a sickening thud. The thud was my heel, coming down on something strange and unnatural. I heard a scream and woke completely. I had stomped on my husband's balls. In my sleep.

The Rise of Women Does Not Mean The End Of Men

Slate XX | Posted 10.05.2012 | Women

I completely agree with Hanna Rosin on how much—and for the most part, how irreversibly—women’s options and gender power relationships have chan...

The End of Men? No, But it's Time for Women to Fight

Christina Patterson | Posted 12.04.2012 | Women
Christina Patterson

The idea that Western society is facing "the end of men" almost makes you titter a bit hysterically. It almost makes you want to sit down with a cup of coffee, and perhaps a cake, but definitely not a cupcake, and ask the American journalist who thinks it is if she's mad.

Why One Man Welcomes 'The End Of Men'

Carlos Gomez | Posted 11.28.2012 | Home
Carlos Gomez

Our model of masculinity is outdated and quickly becoming obsolete. As scary as that might sound, it is actually good news. The better news - many of the guys in my younger generation are already adapting by rethinking and redefining what it means to be a man.

The End of Men?

Kate Baldwin | Posted 11.25.2012 | Women
Kate Baldwin

If women and their adaptable selves are really going to take over the world, we need to make certain that they bring along some men and some historical hindsight.

Got Gender Shock? How to Get Over The End of Men

Vincent O'Keefe | Posted 11.17.2012 | Women
Vincent O'Keefe

Does a stay-at-home dad volunteering at your children's school "startle" you? How about a female CEO? A male nurse? A female rugby player?

Are We There Yet? The End Of Men, The Rise Of Dads

Lisa Belkin | Posted 11.10.2012 | Parents
Lisa Belkin

Will this be the moment when fathers finally listen? Combined as it is with every other social trend, is this what it will take to change the roles of fathers into what we've been hoping for and hinting at for years?

The Real Reason Men Should Fear Women

Barbara Hannah Grufferman | Posted 10.27.2012 | Women
Barbara Hannah Grufferman

I don't want men to be gone . . . but wouldn't it be nice if they all understood who wields the real power? And wouldn't it be nice if women did, too?

The Atlantic's Woman Problem

Caryl Rivers | Posted 03.20.2012 | Media
Caryl Rivers

One day I would like to pick up the Atlantic and see a well-reported article about American women that's without the "What the hell are they up to now?" brand of alarm.

Is Hollywood Experiencing an 'End of Men' Backlash?

Michele Willens | Posted 02.28.2012 | Women
Michele Willens

So much attention has been focused on bringing girls up to equality that the other gender has stood by patiently. Apparently, long enough -- at least on the big screen.

The End of Men Is Greatly Exaggerated

Ken Solin | Posted 02.13.2012 | Fifty
Ken Solin

If you believe what you hear and see in print, online, and on television, the obituary of manhood has already been written. Men have never appeared more lame, helpless, and absolutely unnecessary. It's as if half the population is on a permanent lunch break. But the demise of men is a myth, fabricated solely to denigrate men by elevating women.

The "End of Men," From One Lesbian's Perspective

Tanene Allison | Posted 11.30.2011 | Home
Tanene Allison

Next time you're analyzing how men and women can adapt to sharing responsibilities, check out a few of your local successful LGBT partnerships, as this is an art we've experimented with our whole lives.

If the 'End of Men' Is Here, Why Is Female Poverty Up?

Barbara & Shannon Kelley | Posted 11.14.2011 | Women
Barbara & Shannon Kelley

Sure, women may be doing better in school, but we're still up against the pay gap and glass ceiling at work and the second shift at home. And that's only half the story.

Just How Good Is Too Good Looking in the Workplace?

Cristen Conger | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Cristen Conger

Work performance, skills and education aside, I want to get down to brass tacks on what those hiring managers really had in mind when they admitted to punishing the pretty.

The End of Men? Not So Fast

Caryl Rivers | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Caryl Rivers

The "End of Men" scare stories are predicated on the female edge in college classes. But if the past is any guide, women will continue to lead in college but not in the workforce.