We STILL haven’t crossed the boundary of a Women President in this country yet…..
Did you hear? Men are over. No, wait. Women are over. Women never began. Men are in now all boys. Women are banding together to keep boys down. Women are glitter-obsessed little girls. Scratch that. They’re confident business bosses being pressed under the glass ceiling and pinned down like insect specimens. Forget the “End of Men” or the “War on Women” — welcome to the Age of Bickering Over Who Has it Worse And How to Fix It, Whatever “It” Is.
Hanna Rosin’s newly-released The End of Men (based on a column from The Atlantic with the same name) argues that, basically, Spice World was one of the more prescient films of the last fifty years. Girl Power has been exerted in all areas of society, from higher education to the board room to the living room, where women now control something like 30% of America’s remotes. Women may not dominate the upper echelons of Fortune 500 companies just yet, but give it time. The pipeline is full of ambitious young pump-wearers eager to replace the liver spotted Monopoly men currently in charge. Meanwhile, men, unable to do any damn thing right, are regressing to a sort of stunted Daniel Tosh-esque be-hoodied boy manhood. Soon they will be kept on ranches and farmed for their sperm while the women of the matriarchy hold high minded debates about whether it’s okay to require that men taken for walks off of preapproved government Man Reserves should be leashed, or if that’s inhumane. At least, that’s how the arguments against the book go….Share on Facebook