A researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison says the results of a study suggest the drinking age for men in the state should be 22 or 23. Professor Jason Fletcher says he doesn’t expect that to happen. He says the numbers show men are far more likely than women to drive drunk when they first can legally consume alcohol. They also get in more fights and engage in risky sexual practices. Fletcher says turning 21 and being able to drink doesn’t seem to have the same effects on women.