Paul McCoy Posted over 2 years ago Is it possible that the depiction of males (stereotypical males) in electronic media is responsible for the demise of male (general)? What I want to know is, why aren't we using the word 'crisis' with all things male. With feminists it's 'a crisis' in women's health (but guys live 9 years less), it's a 'crisis' about girl's education, (Although there are more female college students than male), and it's always a 'crisis' when a woman doesn't get paid as much as a man, although two guys in the same office with the same title don't necessarily get paid the same. We hear of 'crises' every day for females, what we hear about boys is 'predator' and there are first grade boys who now have that label for daring to be friendly with girls. First step for divorced men: the restraining order. It is an anti-male world out there. 70% of all the people who have lost their jobs in the Great Recession have been male, but no 'crisis' there either.