I read this story about a girl who changed her gender to be a man.
She ended up hating it and died from assisted suicide. It was because no women wanted to know him or talk to him or acknowledge his existence.
She began to hate women for it.
I think it’s called self made man.
In what area? There are most definitely areas in which men have it harder, and some in which it's tougher for women, but making blanket statements about life as a whole is inevitably going to be oversimplifying. Different things matter more or less to different people, and they'll be able to find different workarounds and ways to adapt, too. What men lack is women's appreciation for the unpleasantnesses of their side of the story.
What Ms. Vincent did, however, was to DISGUISE herself as a man; she didn't make any permanent changes- except in her viewpoint, afterwards. And while the recriminations of learning how things looked for the other half, and seeing what she indirectly (she was a lesbian, after all) enabled may have hurt her, it wasn't what drove her to suicide- the book came out in 2007 and she only died a month or so ago.