I couldn’t agree more. I’m a contractor with young guys working for me. Most don’t have a strong male presence so I’ve come to realize that that isn’t their fault so I try to show them what accountability and responsibility are in the work place. I’m glad to see you view this issue through this prism.I’ll play devils advocate and say some of those hazing type of attitudes are what turned a generation to more soy pursuits. It’s certainly gone way too far the other direction at this point, but you have to be careful not to discourage men that otherwise have potential. For example, some young man coming from a single mother household might need more time to get used to a high-T, no-nonsense environment than someone with a stern father. Sticking with that job could be very transformative for the male with a single mother, and it would be beneficial for a strong male to show a little patience from time to time. If you start just putting young men through the meat grinder, you are inevitably going to churn out some rejects that resort to vengeful SJWism.