Kay Hymowitz argues that 20 and 30-something males today prefer to put off adulthood (career, marriage, kids) while women, partially driven by their biological clocks, are as driven as ever. She says this has negative implications for our society. Ms. Hymowitz showed images from popular culture as well as statistics during her presentation. She responded to questions from members of the audience. This book luncheon event was held by the Manhattan Institute at the Harvard Club in New York City. close
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