There are some practices and policies that are unfair to men. But this fact should unite men with feminists, not drive them apart.
Posters encouraging men to fight in World War I and World War II (Library of Congress).
Can men be victims of sexism?
An NPR Morning Edition report this week suggests strongly that the answer is "yes." As Jennifer Ludden reports, after divorce men can face burdensome alimony payments even in situations where their ex-wives are capable of working and earning a substantial income. Even in cases where temporary alimony makes sense—as when a spouse has quit a job to raise the children—it's hard to understand the need for lifetime alimony payments, given women's current levels of workforce participation. As one alimony-paying ex-husband says, "The theory behind this was fine back in the '50s, when everybody was a housewife and stayed home." But today, it looks like an antiquated perpetuation of retrograde gender roles—a perpetuation which, disproportionately, harms men.
For the rest of the story: http://www.theatlantic.com/sexes/archive/2013/05/when-men-experience-sexism/276355/