The New America Foundation’s Broadly Speaking series hosted Riverhead author Hanna Rosin and New York Times columnist Gail Collins for an incredible evening of conversation in celebration of Rosin’s forthcoming thunderbolt of a book THE END OF MEN. 
The night led to a lively debate on evolving gender roles as the two women discussed everything from equal chore distribution (spoiler alert: men still do less housework!) to why ambitious women are still viewed as “bitchy” in the workplace to the gender-neutral mecca currently known as Sweeden. 

Stay tuned for lots more buzz on this book! 

The New America Foundation’s Broadly Speaking series hosted Riverhead author Hanna Rosin and New York Times columnist Gail Collins for an incredible evening of conversation in celebration of Rosin’s forthcoming thunderbolt of a book THE END OF MEN. 

The night led to a lively debate on evolving gender roles as the two women discussed everything from equal chore distribution (spoiler alert: men still do less housework!) to why ambitious women are still viewed as “bitchy” in the workplace to the gender-neutral mecca currently known as Sweeden. 

Stay tuned for lots more buzz on this book!