What will life be like in the U.S. by 2034 if current trends in gender relations and gender politics continue? Women especially will be severely disadvantaged by verifiable trends in marriage, divorce, family life, and the military. Everyday life, and gender relations, in 2034 are viewed through the eyes of couples in their 20s, 40s and 50s. Men have been emasculated and women must carry the burden for domestic life, worklife, and ever-higher taxes. The roles of the two genders have become so warped that everything from the family to the military has become dysfunctional. A better way of life in a fictional New Zealand is compared to a U.S. society that is becoming increasingly unsatisfying to individual citizens, particularly women. The book relates how President Midge Houston and a few trusted lieutenants struggle to change society, against great odds, to the benefit of both men and women.