Young Man

Why I Am Leaving Guyland

There is something cultural happening to young adults today, and it is most pronounced among men growing up in this post-feminist, easy cohabitation, metro-sexual, bi-sexual, Oprah Winfrey, X-Box era.  (Oh where, oh where have you gone, John Wayne and Gary Cooper?)

In 1960 nearly 70% of men age 30 had left home, gotten married pursued an education or found a career passing key milestones into manhood. Today, that stat has flipped.  Nearly 70% of 20-something men are failing to meet that mark by age 30.

Though course, and secular, this interesting Newsweek article takes a frank look at this problem and admits that there were benefits to those milestones which today’s society so often shuns, yet still needs out of the American male.  Click Here to Read Article