Most of the discussion seems preposterous and sensational to me, however, I did like this bold comment by David Zinczenko:
Gender equality is something, we can all agree on, as an ideal. But if we are
approaching gender equality, why are there fewer women in government today than there were ten years ago? Why is it so much easier for men to hold onto their gun rights than it is for women to hold onto their reproductive rights? Not only aren't men finished, but women haven't even begun. Let's at least get to the point where the game is tied before we start writing all the men off.
And finally, as I thought more about why this freak-out about appears to be so sensationalized, I learned this:
Men control opinion journalism; only 10 to 15 percent of talking heads on opinion news shows are female and between 80 and 90 percent of a newspaper’s opinion essays are written by men, according to the Stanford Op Ed Project.