I thought this was a very insightful piece that made me consider feminism in a new light. In studying feminism, I have found that rarely do we stop and think about the the effect that the feminist movement has on men, and how they might feel. This article reminded me of an article that I read in 11th grade, and you can find the link here. Guys have been wrapped up in the feminist movement since it began, as part of the movement involves men taking more "feminine" roles, such as child care and nursing. I think that having such a lengthy and powerful movement which is affected by so much passion is definitely having an effect on how boys are brought up and how men go about life.
In class I would like to bring up the idea of raising children to be more or less feminine, as Renkl tried. Also, I would love to know more about how the feminist movement is affecting the mindset of men, especially because we are now fighting for equal rights in a few of the last places that men are still on top, so to speak. What are men feeling about women fighting for the last bits of total equality? How do they feel about taking on more "feminine" roles in society?