There are legitimate discriminations against the male gender, and unfortunately, people don't take them seriously.
I really don't know why.
I mean im not saying that they are all ignored, even women's rights groups fight for male rights under the guise of "human rights" and its dam decent of them to do so, but a large part of the general population simply believe that males face no discrimination and that females are the only ones discriminated against.
I don't know if people think its the "patriarchy" being greedy while "already being in power", or an attempt to combat/oppose feminism(admittedly, some sects of the MRA movement are vocally against feminists, but I don't think they represent the majority). I just feel there are a lot of misconceptions and assumptions made in the process of people judging the men's rights movements.
Its a giant stepping-on-glass politically correct conversation to have, and I need to learn a lot more than I do now before I can give a real and balanced judgement about this issue, and I hope this thread and the more knowledgeable people within it will help give me this incite.
All I know now is, there is gender specific discrimination in both genders, and both sides have incidences of those discriminations not being taken seriously/ignored/suppressed. And as of now I believe that discriminations against men have a bigger problem with the discriminations against them not being taken seriously/ignored/suppressed than the women's rights movement.