Having seen the parody of his documentary on the NHS, I’m not an uncritical fan of Michael, let’s put it that way. He has lots of views that I don’t share.
It is NOT that I think that all hurt men are on-the-edge, okay?
The vast majority just need some hope, encouragement, maybe a little male social time.
Did those kids have to get driven to snapping point? Whatever additional factors there were, what a difference a little compassion years earlier might have made.
Nothing wrong with quietly encouraging men and boys to open up to the great realities of being a man, put all the feminist misandric poison aside. Men are good. Men built pretty much everything that you see around you. Nothing wrong with being a man (or boy). Brother.
So, how about telling such guys that, showing them that there are more options out there than they might have considered. Things change, options emerge. Decisions can be made. Experiments made. That anger won’t help them, it will hurt them – use it for positive motivation, or drop it. It’s toxic for you. Drop the anger for you.