It's socially unacceptable for men to do so, so they come here to vent.
The least people could do is at least respect their feelings here. We need some venue to expunge negative emotions.
Most Helpful Girl
I agree with you. Men are usually shamed or attacked for speaking up, while as a girl any and all things are open to whine about and be taken seriously, even if fabricated.
I am pretty sure it has a lot to do with the constant pushing of bullshit propaganda telling everyone that we girls are perpetual victims and men are monsters. It needs to stop but it doesn't look like it will happen any time soon since even the president gets involved with pushing the lies.
Most Helpful Guy
"It's socially unacceptable for men to do so"
There's nothing wrong with people "venting" or simply "expressing" their "frustration." Now, "other people" (especially those with sharply clashing or differing "interests") will try to "minimize" that expression, or "silence" that expression, in order to "control and dominate" the marketplace of ideas and information (i. e., the discussion).
This isn't "exclusive" to male/female issues, but if you want to take it there, women have about a 5,000 to 6,000 year "head start" on men in...
1. Complaining about things that negatively affect them... "to others"
2. Demanding that others "listen" to their complaints
3. Demanding that others "take action" or "take their complaints seriously"
4. Using "social/emotional manipulation" to induce people into taking action
5. Changing or creating "social norms" to induce people into taking action
6. Using "social/emotional manipulation" to prevent "resistance"
7. Changing or creating "social norms" to prevent "resistance"
8. Attacking anyone who challenges their "interests"
9. Making their "interests" socially and emotionally "defensible", so that
10. Anyone "challenging" their "interests" can be easily "attacked," and anyone simply "not accepting" their interests can be more easily softly coerced into accepting their interests.
Men can actually learn a great deal about politics and negotiation from studying the social and emotional "engineering" tactics of women throughout just the past 500-600 years alone.
That aside, there's a bigger reason why: (a) men's "complaining" isn't taken seriously, and (b) men don't usually "complain."
The primary way men "get what they want" from the world is not through "manipulation of other people." That's not to say that that's the primary way women get what they want from the world. That's simply to say that the way men "get what they want" is by "gaining power" and then "exerting that power" in order to get what they want.
So, they go to school, they get educated to make their labor more valuable in the labor market, the leverage their effort with the value of their education and experience, and they get money. They go to the gym and diet properly to become more attractive, rather than complain about what women "should prefer that men looks like" or "should find attractive."
They "learn" that it's "faster" to "be in control" of getting what they want, rather than to "complain and wait for others" to give it to them.