There is a global referendum on men. The majority of people are dissatisfied with the conduct of men, including 79% of people in Japan and South Korea and two-thirds of people in the U.S., Indonesia and Mexico.
Millennials have a fundamentally stronger appreciation of femininity and the role of women in their society. Three-quarters of Japanese and South Korean youth are critical of male behavior, and two-thirds of global Millennials. There’s even a double digit generation gap between Millennials and men in Germany, South Korea and India.
People are frustrated by a world long dominated by codes of male thinking and behavior: Codes of control, aggression and black-and-white thinking that have contributed to many of the problems we face today, from wars and income inequality to reckless risk-taking and scandal.