So somebody writes a book 35 years ago, and nobody cares about the title today. This article title is a stretch, and the theme presented is that men are moving across the "traditional" gender boundaries that only have meaning to "traditional" people. To me, it's an artificial distinction from start to finish. I work in IT and nearly all of my managers are currently women, even the CEO of my company is a woman.
Some people may find these ideas to be threatening, but I have found that the best teams to work with, are the ones that are most diverse with sincere appreciation for the strengths and weaknesses each person brings.
Ps. I work for IBM, and my opinions are my own, though you are welcome to share them with me ;-)