I would normally agree with this view ….
look at this as the NAACP for bringing men into parenthood
A number one core issue is the inverse of the bell curve of men in parenting to the normal bell curve for women. There are a few super and uber fantastic men for parenting, and there are also a a few super and uber awful men, but if you look at society, society has empowered a very huge base of apathetic and non-existent ones.
If we need to have “girl power” to help build confidence for women in society and life … we need to have “boy power” equivalent.
Maybe in a few generations we can move away from this …