Overall, not good. More of a gap between the have men (men that are educated and have a college degree) and have not men (men without a college degree, minority). So the only men that are being hurt are those at the lower end.
Men on average spent 6.5 hours with children compared to 2.5 hours in 1960. Or dong housework which I'm not sure what that has to do with being a "father". 4 hours more per week doesn't make up for all the other ills that are of much greater magnitude and show as I said a bigger gap between the have men and the have not men which I always find ironic that feminism usually leads to more inequality among men whether it is birth rates, marriage rates, divorce, what have you. That will lead to women being treated better if a few men have it good while many other men have little or nothing. This actually creates less checks and balances among men.