Did anyone see the recent hilarious #dontmancriminate hashtag on Twitter? Regrettably it was not a joke. Ways in which these poor chaps feel they are victims of discrimination is the fact that short men can't wear high heels. (I use the word 'fact' as loosely as it's possible to use a word without it falling to pieces)
Yes, no-one rocked a Cuban heel like Prince. But also they can wear them if they want to (I can't imagine why they would, I certainly don't) - doing something which took them outside the prevailing social norms for their gender would give them an insight into most of our lives, I suspect.
They can't use Tampax either - life is indeed harsh.
Indeed they can - I don't believe there's any rule prohibiting tall ones doing so either! But clearly these men elect to self-identify as oppressed people, so perhaps we are obliged to sympathise. Another gripe was that stupid men can't be blonde. Perhaps it's the "e" on the end they're unhappy about?
I haven't seen the twitter, but I can imagine there's much "women get a better deal in divorce" and let me guess... "women get a better deal out of the education system" and oh one more "women get jobs that men are better at doing because companies have quotas" am I close?