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It differs regionally. Asserting whether or not women have it better is a gross over-generalization.
Men end up much more often in the street.
Men end up much more often in prison.
Men kill themselves much more than women.
In the United States, women are almost always favored in divorce courts.
Universities and employers can openly give preference to women over men (at least in the United States)
Women's rights in the Middle East (esp. Saudi Arabia) are far inferior to the rights granted to men. i.e. women cannot drive in SA; when raped, the woman can also be prosecuted
Despite comprising approximately 50% of the global human population, women comprise merely 22% of parliamentarians and 18.3% of government ministers globally
They get paid more for the same job, are more likely to get the jobs they run for and are in general favoured by society.
Although societal gender roles oppress both men and women, the vast majority of this falls on women, and the inability or refusal of power figures to seek lasting change to this problem will do nothing to solve it.
That's only because men, in general, aren't droning on about our problems. We fix them. It is mainly due to our ability to not care about a lot of things. Not because we have it "easier," but because we understand that things happen, and sometimes they suck.
I believe this person's argument could fit multiple fallacies. However, due to the lack of support from a (meaningful) source combined with the inflammatory and insulting language used, I decided to list it as an argument against the man. drakkensdatter