As a trans person myself, being a masculine guy was far more difficult than being a feminine girl (non-binary atm though). The biggest thing is that I was always made fun of for being suicidal in high school, even going so far as people saying 'Do you think he cuts himself, like actually? LOL', and my personal favourite 'He's going to die a lonely virgin.' Hell this even transferred into my adult life when I was kicked out of a house for being depressed.
However, the moment I come out as being trans, and feminine at that, people now actually seem to care about my issues.
Then there's the dating world, where men are infinitely more disadvantaged than women in modern society as women dictate how everything goes, Even if you are a confident alpha man you are still at the mercy of attractive women, as they have the privilege of being judgemental without any level of criticism being directed towards them. A man cannot make fun of ANY women or he is an incel misogynistic bigot virgin.
Men are just expected by a vast majority of society to bottle up their feelings. I'm apparently the only person in a lot of my male friends' lives that seems to give a shit as apparently no one else INCLUDING THEIR GIRLFRIENDS actually listens to them and feels for them, In fact, their girlfriends go so far as to either abuse them or just focus purely on their own mental health.
Oh. and who can forget the absolute joke that is sexual assault in males. NO one took me seriously, they just assumed I was either lying or being childish about the experience.
I've lived through men's suffrages as well as living through women's suffrages. and all I can say is that it just feels easier being female in western society, as people actually care about me and socially I can be taken seriously and not be labeled something derogatory.
Women definitely have their own issues that need to be addressed, but holy shit do men's issues get brushed under the rug.