First off, I think its important to differentiate between feminism and "feminism".
Feminism is the belief and avocation of policies rooted in the belief that men and women are created equal, and deserve to be treated equally. Its called 'feminism' because females are the ones who have been traditionally given unfair treatment in America, and thus it is their rights that need campaigning, not men's.
I addressed this point. Either way, even if it is a legitimate point for some people identifying as feminists it still does not evade the fact that calling it feminism automatically gives the sense that one gender is more important than the other, no matter how good the intentions of the feminist may be.
Calling it feminism, causes a large portion of people simply overlook the issues men might be facing.
Also I find that the vast majority of people campaigning for "men's rights" are angry at having their authority over women challenged, and are stuck in a 1950's sort of mentality. The simple fact is... men's rights don't really need protection. That's not to say we should let men have all their rights trampled on by women... but I struggle to think of any specific issue in which men legitimately face a social injustice that is unique to men.
Actually, no. Most people I see advocating men's rights movement are perfectly rational about it, and not angry whatsoever. What you are saying is the exact word to word description of the men's rights movement, that you would hear from a feminist. In the other hand, you would hear just as dismissive of an opinion of feminism from men's rights advocate. I stress here neither of these groups are trying to make anyone's lives more dificult, both are trying to address gender equality issues, but both are being incredibly biased about their opinions.Specific social injustices unique to men:
"Man up, don't whine." Men are not allowed to complain - This among other gender specific social problems leads to men committing more than 80% of all suicides. Committing three times more suicides is a problem unique to men. This is possibly the largest issue, that goes around all aspects of a man's life.
Men are 30% less likely to graduate from High School.
Men are more likely to get longer sentences for the same crime.
Men are more than twice as likely to be homeless. (Have you ever heard of 'men's shelter?')
Men are 3 times more likely to be the victim of a homicide, more likely to be the victim of an assault, and just as likely to be the victim of domestic abuse. (Except in children, boys are more likely to be abused physically than girls, 60% of all physical abuse in children is directed toward males. Sexual abuse is pretty much 50/50 in case you were wondering)
Men are less likely to get the custody of their children.
Men are less valuable: On average, when a man is killed in a traffic accident, the sentence for the driver is 56% longer than when a woman is killed. (Traffic accidents are a good way to measure, because in other kind of homicides, we could wonder if women are more cruelly murdered.) Western governments spend much more money on women's health issues than men's, despite the fact men are more likely to die early, due to a health issue.
Now do not take me wrong, I am simply pointing out men have a plethora of unique issues I can throw out there without even thinking. If you ask me, I do think there are more women's issues out there than men's issues, especially if we take a global view of things. I could list even more of those here, but I won't, since no one was questioning it. We all know they are there. That doesn't justify naming 'equality' after one gender. It's like we'd name racism after the fact that people from the African origin get way more stick than anyone else. The naming, while it seems like an innocent little thing, makes all the difference, it devaluates the problems of everyone else.