This hasn't really been given it's own topic that I've seen, and I figured given the feminist topics already, this should have a topic all it's own and I'm very interested to hear more opinions from the community here.
I've checked out various "Men's" groups online, a few of them a bit more toxic, a few of them more insightful, though overall I've found they often do have genuine grievances and many of which are caused by other more powerful men or by certain social attitudes & indifference.
While feminists are certainly right in that women have traditionally been held in certain roles and outside of powerful positions, even today in many places, they more often look at the most privileged of men who are in power while they overlook more unprivileged men. In the US men got the right to vote also corresponded with the selective service and being drafted when need be, which women are not required to register when they come of legal age. There is more concern with women being in the more traditionally privileged positions men have had, such as women CEO's, more women in STEM, more women leaders, etc. but pay no mind to the more traditionally unprivileged jobs men have had where it's not gender equal either.
Women in modern day have more legal options to absolve financial and social responsibility for children they did not intend to have. They may abort before it is born, surrender the child for adoption, or surrender the baby under Safe Haven laws. More often than not the man is bound to financially support if the woman wants to keep and raise it, and unless she otherwise gives approval (to abort or adopt) the man does not have any sort of an equal "out" option.
To say men, as a group, are all privileged over women comes off as pretty ignorant when 80% of the homeless population is male, 93% of work fatalities are male, and that the court bias against males is 6 times larger than the racial bias.
How can a privileged group of people make up the majority of the homeless if that group is so privileged over the other?
I think, overall, it's much more complex and a mixed-bag for both genders than simply the patriarchal narrative against women or MRA's actually wanting to oppress or being anti-woman.
Anywhoo, I'd like to hear more thoughts and open discussion on these issues, so feel free discuss anything I've said or bring up whatever you want. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯