To say a man should “Man up” is actually technically an insult to women, because of the implication that he is lacking manliness, and therefore acting like a girl, which in this situation is a negative insult. It’s ok for a man to have feelings and it’s ok to recognize that men are affected by the image of manliness portrayed in the media. Men, like women, do have to deal with gender identity issues. However, for as long as men are in a position of power (displayed simply by how many elected female officials there are, how many executive females there are, how men are STILL likely to receive a higher salary, and especially by how the female body continues to be at risk of harm by the hands of men who feel entitled to raping her based on how she dresses), your comments will not be welcome while the topic of sexism against women is being discussed. It surely doesn’t help your point of view when you see women respond with “boo-fucking-hoo” and so forth, but you have to understand the sheer volume of sexism women deal with compared to men. That is the point of lists like this, to call attention to the tiny things men may not realize happen on a daily basis. When something derogatory is said about a man, it is often an individual instance or an attempt to reclaim equal power by women. Men tend to perceive this as a threat to be overthrown, when in reality, women are still not anywhere near the same level as men. There are women in this world who are not allowed to go to SCHOOL. The fact that that exists for some women is a blow against every woman in the world. Women’s bodies are objectified WAY more than men, and the amount of time and money and energy focused on looking a certain way is way more prevalent among women than men. It’s undeniable! The psychological effects of the female image in the media are so damaging to women, it cannot be compared to what men experience. If you think it can then tell me how much you spend on makeup and skin care products and how much you cry about what size clothing you are. If this was TLDR, then simply put, when a woman is saying “I have these 100 problems”, then you are not going to get any sympathy stepping up to talk about your 5 problems. Sorry you maybe got insulted once, that’s a bummer, but there is just no comparison.