As a man who firmly believes in the value of traditional masculine mores, even I found this article to be ridiculous, misogynistic, and narrow minded. First off, the quoted statistics are things I could not find any reference to ANYWHERE else, even after a while of heavy net searching, so I am going to go out on a limb and say that the employment and income and divorce statistics presented by the author were either grossly misquoted or outright fabrications. Second, if we mourn the loss of traditional masculine values, well... that's OUR fault, as men. Women haven't taken anything from us, or demeaned us in any way... Well, except for some HORRIBLY abusive laws that I won't get into here because even thinking about it makes me sick... but even in that instance, it happened because we, as a nation, allowed it. Men shouldn't feel threatened by strong or successful women, either in actuality or in media portrayals. What they SHOULD do is either learn to appreciate those qualities in a woman (as I have), or strive to be even more strong and successful themselves (as I also have). My lover is physically my equal... she's as strong as I am, and can probably kick my ass in the cardio department (I have been a smoker for too many years). She is more successful than I am financially, as well, and has more formal education (though in terms of actual knowledge I believe I outstrip her). Rather than feeling emasculated by these facts, they push me to want to be a better man. This article is clearly written by someone who is afraid of and offended by modern women. His loss, not theirs.