We've all seen American Psycho and The Wolf of Wall Street - one doesn't exactly need to be initiated to have some idea of the high-pressured, toxic-masculinity-filled workplace environments of the finance sector. Sure, in recent years, companies have tried to embrace a more relaxed approach (at least when it comes to their dress codes), but the so-called "Fraternity" culture of Goldman Sachs is still making headlines. From damning surveys of current employees to an impending lawsuit from one former intern, finance guy grievances have been brought to the forefront. Does this mean a reckoning for Wall Street?