Some good points, but like the trans women, you are far too gone down the path of “victimisation by the Patriarchy” to make much sense.
When a man reports sexual assault or domestic violence, the police arrest him and charge him with the crime he reported.
I agree that most crimes of violence are committed by men, but the statistics cannot be trusted. Male victims of forcible rape by men are too ashamed to report it, unless there’s a potential payout decades later. Male victims of rape by women would probably not regard themselves as victims, and most would not turn down an advance by a woman without good reason, as sexual rejection by a man would be a deadly insult to the woman.
“ Males account for over 93% of adults convicted of murder.” Yes, but the vast majority of their victims are also men, often drug or gang-related murders, or both.
The Patriarchy no longer exists in the West, but it was responsible for such rules as “Women and children first!” Males defended their women and children, and laid down their lives to do so, burning in forest-fires, going down with their ships, and facing death in battle, to protect women. There has never been compulsory military conscription for women, only for men.
Rapists and cowards are the two most despised groups of men, despised by other men as well as by women.
67% of gun deaths in America are suicides by men, and women outlive men by an average of 5 years. There’s a lot of ways in which men are just as disadvantaged as women, and most women are strong enough to get on with life without playing the victim card. Feminism and its victim mentality doesn’t help much in today’s world. Diversity groups on the other hand do help encourage gender and ethnic equality in society.