Have men forgotten how to be "real" men?

In the ancient Roman empire a man was called a "homo", but a masculine man was called a "vir". This is where the word virility came from. In ancient roman masculine virtue, it is a manly thing to raise your children, to take them under your wing, to be a father to them, to nurture them and to see them grow into adults.

The modern notion of what is a traditional man is that a woman raises the children while the man does not. Why is the modern view of traditional masculinity reduced to almost nothing?

This concept had a Greek equivalent as well. And when I say ancient Roman empire, I say all of it, not just the city of Rome.

Why is it no longer manly to raise your children? Why is it a woman's job now?
Have men forgotten how to be "real" men?
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