RE: Wikipedia article on "Internalized Sexism" actively removes gender neutral terms and any mention of the effects on men
I believe talking about the issues that women face with internalized misogyny is very important but I don't understand why they're so adamant about making this a one sided issue. If they really just wanted it to be an article on internalized misogyny, why not make an article called "Internalized Misogyny?"
It's an extension of their decades long temper tantrum and denial that misandry is a thing.
They started using toxic masculinity when the backlash over them denying misandry existed got too much for them.
But note that this is a stop-gap measure for their filibuster bigotry, since they're using "Toxic masculinity" to demarcate the discussion and isolate it, not discussing internalized sexism for men and so on, or "Misandrists", etc. It's a way for them to admit mens issues exist (finally), while still committing systemic epistemic injustice against men by trying to isolate that discussion from discussions of internalized sexism, misandry, misandrists, etc.
Feminist ideology is merely mobilized epistemic injustice.