According to Jack Myers, the age of the dominant male has passed. Women are starting to make more money, earn more college degrees, dominate more industries, and that’s just the start. Today’s men are rejecting macho stereotypes, and are more actively parenting, but what does this mean for the future of masculinity? What kind of world will our sons grow up in, and is an entire generation being left behind in today’s reverse gender-gap?
Peabody Award Winning Filmmaker and Bestselling Author Jack Meyers explores this world-changing question in his new book, THE FUTURE OF MEN: Masculinity in the 21st Century, (Inkshares, March 2016), which examines how masculinity is evolving in the new millennium. From shifting gender norms where women are generating greater income and more men stay home with the kids, to areas where women are growing in dominance, Meyers shows how the traditional roles of men and women are becoming blurred, and what young men can do to find their place in today’s new world.