And although my focus is American guys, Guyland is not exclusively American terrain. Both Britain and Australia have begun to examine “Laddism” - the anomic, free-floating, unattached and often boorish behaviour of young males. “Lads” are Guys with British accents - consuming the same media, engaging in the same sorts of behaviours, and lbricating their activities with the same alcohol. In Italy, they’re called bamboccini, or “mammoni” or Mama’s boys. Half of all Italian men between 25 and 34 live with their parents. In France, they’re called “Tanguys” after the French film with that title about their lifestyle.