"Feminism is the idea that we can make both sexes equal by focusing solely on the issues of one of them." - The Amazing Atheist
This is not to say every single woman (or man) who identifies as a feminist is that short-sighted. There are feminists who understand that sexism happens to men just as much as women. However it's hard to ignore when women on the internet (and certain talk shows) are dismissive or even offended when it's suggested that men face sexual harassment. It's also hard to ignore when men themselves try to wave off sexual harassment whenever it's brought up, ignoring real issues that affect men as a gender.
This is usually to the tune of innocuous things that make no sense to the argument and are evidence of nothing. When most men argue about sexism or harassment, it never goes anywhere constructive, it becomes a farce: Uncle Joey was headbutted in a commercial over some yogurt; Marcus Fenix is designed to be an Adonis, just as Lara Croft is designed to be a goddess; or, and this my personal favorite, it's a Soviet plot to destroy Western culture.
John Stamos being headbutted for yogurt isn't sexism: it's frakking funny. Seeing a man who is usually portrayed as a suave lady killer being headbutted by a woman makes fun of the character he usually plays. Plus, the apparent amount of force she uses - such that it immediately knocks him down, shoe flying - is so over the top, it fails to communicate anything of the sort. This would have been a better choice as an example. If only men didn't talk about sleeping with grenades or needing beer goggles to sleep with a woman.
Character design in video games is mostly handled by males. The characters we see are women whom these men want to (read: wish they could) frak and the men they wish they were when said frakking happens. It's the Mary Sue principle and women do it just as often as men. It's not sexism nor harassment, it's only annoying that we see it all the frakking time. And even then, sex sells to both sexes. To say one side is inundated with it more than the other is an appeal to pity.
As for feminism being a Soviet plot, well, you're a frakking moron if you actually agree with that. See, the Soviet Union and the United States didn't start to hate each other until after World War II, when they started to unzip their pants to prove who's was bigger. Feminism didn't really begin in the States around the 1950's, it started well before that. The USSR didn't exist until 1922. Also, claiming feminism is a communist plot to destroy America is a pretty ass-backwards claim that goes against the other conspiracy theory that the New World Order started feminism to sow dissension among the populace. If there's one good thing about conspiracy theorists, it's that if you leave them alone for awhile, they begin to contradict each other.
Men, if you want to argue sexism, argue real talking points and avoid pulling crap out of your ass and throwing it at walls hoping something sticks. Men face discrimination in the work place; we don't get paternity leave (and women more often than not, don't get maternity leave, either) and we do get sexually harassed at work. Men face social injustice; we get considered less when it comes to custody battlesand we serve 40% more jail time than women for the same crimes. Outrage and activism against genital mutilation is practically considered an 11th Commandment, yet there is no (serious) talk of banning circumcision when a male is born.
There are problems with the feminist movement as of the last thirty years. Especially in the last five with the explosion of social media, where women scoff at the idea that sexism happens at all towards men. "It's only sexist when a man does it." However, as men, we don't need to make things worse with frivolous tales of perceived sexism against us. We have to argue what is real, what is happening, and understand that sexism is an attack against both men and women. All of the sexism talk that's happening this week is because women took to Twitter to air their issues about being a woman in an industry. Our response as men shouldn't be to flat out lie and make things up to illustrate that we have it as bad or as worse as them. Or to dismiss their plight as the women folk getting out of line again. And our response shouldn't be to White Knight for them, either. It should be that we are all human and no human deserves to be treated like that regardless of gender, orientation, creed, color, and place of birth.