Anyone who read Gone Girl, or Girl on the Train, or Girl in the Dark or Girls on Fire, or the Stieg Larsson’s trilogy that began with The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo that started the girly title trend must know the irony. These are no girls, at least in the sense that, in responsible circles, we have come to define the species. In my years as magazine editor, if I had used the word girl in a title to describe a women, I would have been strung up by NOW. Nowadays, Donald Trump can call females whatever he wants and never get strung up. And so, irony upon irony, perhaps the literary industry presaged the age of Trump because the word girl has a snap to it. The Woman Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest just doesn’t do it. If you want to get ahead of the curve as a writer, coin a new title word for men. Guy is old fashioned. Fellow is too academic. This possibility, admittedly, is a little too wordy: Person led around by his private parts. So your suggestions will be welcome.