Needless to say, a lot of men took issue with this article, but the meme that men are doomed has persisted. This view is more than a little myopic in my opinion. History tends to be a dialectic. For thousands of years, male values and strengths dominated (physical strength, violence, and so on), and over the last 50 years or so, female values and strengths have been ascendent (empathy, interpersonal intelligence, communication). But the end result will not be the end of men, it will be gender fluidity where biological sex and gender identification are not tied to strengths and skills.
Now Rosin has expanded her argument into a book length study - The End of Men: And the Rise of Women - and there is sure to be a commensurate backlash.
NPR talked her about the book.