Interesting exploration of impact of changing gender roles on men.
Among some of the speakers in this series by BBC journalist, Michael Buerk are:
Karen Krizanovich - author of "Be Nice to Men"
Aric Sigman - Psychologist
Countess Alexandra Tolstoy: Q: Where does this leave traditional male attributes/qualities - reticence, stoicism, aggression, gallantry? A: I can't believe they remove male instincts completely from a man for the family, society or for men. We should not meddle with nature. Women are too greedy - they want it all which is unfair. [Editor: I find it mildly amusing that Ms. Tolstoy has now divorced (2009) this "masculine" man she married in 2003, despite having his child. And yes she is a distant relative to famous Russian novelist, Leo Tolstoy.]
She claims "If women really understood how men felt - they would act differently."
Melanie Phillips - Feminisation of society is not disadvantageous - it amount to social suicide. Men do not know where they stand and women are at fault because they do not give men a place to stand.