What do you guys think about all of this discussion on the "demise of guys?" Essentially, Dr. Zimbardo is arguing that men have lower graduation rates, higher incarceration rates, and greater difficulty with emotions and intimacy. (I really hate to link to psychologytoday but it gives some points for discussion) http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201205/best-reads-week/the-demise-guys http://www.ted.com/talks/zimchallenge.html I think a lot of this relates to the pressure of being a primary breadwinner in a strange economy. What do you guys think? How do feminist theorists think about this? Do you believe that men are truly struggling in newer ways due to technological advances or are people making too much out of this?