Gender stereotypes are ubiquitous and enduring. Some may have basis in fact, others not so much. Caryl Rivers and Rosalind Barnett, authors of The Truth About Boys and Girls, argue that many of the claims for biologically based differences are plain wrong, while Niobe Way, in Boys' Friendships and the Crisis of Connection, contends that everything we have assumed about male bonds is also wrong. Join them for a spirited discussion of gender stereotypes. Moderated by Richard Weissbourd, author of The Parents We Mean To Be.