Devaluated our rights......I don't know, maybe. I see a changing role for men that is yet to be completely defined.
Women have almost always had something to fight towards, having kept their "eye on the prize", they started with voting rights, then equal education, equal employment opportunity, equal pay, birth control, sexual liberation, reproductive rights (abortion), and so on. Up until men in America began to recognize womens equality, we had pretty much insisted they remained subserviant.
As a result of the new place women hold in our society, mens roles have now changed, and most of us are just too damn "neanderthal" to accept it. I include myself in the statement, I'm still too primitive, just ask my wife! As much we may like to set the clock back a hundred years or so, I just don't see it happening.
Tony 0724 is right, we have allowed ourselves to be pigeon-holed into some psuedo emasculated shadow of what our grandfathers were. Women expect us to be overly sensitive teddy bears at one end of the spectrum, and testerone filled cro-magnon at the other end.......I think I'm rambling here, because I don't really have a reasonable answer.
Good Question ngureco!