- Report claims to be the most extensive comparative study of men and women that has ever been undertaken in the Arab region
- Respondents said they felt they were at a crossroads as they tried to negotiate a world of shifting gender identity
- Shereen El Feki, co-principal investigator of the report, tells CNN without involving men in discussions, society is unable to close the region's gender gap.
(CNN)Do Arab men support gender equality? What challenges do they face in their daily lives? What does it mean to be a man in the Middle East and North Africa in 2017?