I disagree. Currently the unfairness towards women is larger both in breadth and depth: women face more kinds of unfairness (starting from being killed in their infancy because of their gender to female circumcision, to cite two) to deeper when both gender suffer (sex trade is mostly about women, so is job discrimination, sexual harassment, rape, and abuse in general).
Men do face those too. Life is unfair for some issues for anyone, including dictators who can’t travel and millionaires with no family life. But equating life unfairness towards an angry blue collar male in the rust belt with the unfairness to a sex-trade 16 old girl is disingenuous and frankly childish. My six year old male son can do better than that (seriously).