Thank you, Rand. To me what’s at the root of the article you shared is humans’ inability to tolerate abundance. As abundance increases in a society, men’s contributions and traditionally masculine traits and roles become less valued because women and children rely on them less directly as there are more safety nets in place from the state. Only in developed wealthy nations do we have the luxury to devalue men as fathers, to ignore their contributions and dull their natural instincts and responses. I think men will continue to be devalued in every way until the state can no longer afford to pay for the services people depend on; the state will then be forced to elevate the status of men and especially fathers since men pay the majority of taxes and married men with children work the most hours of any demographic.