When MRAs start campaigning for marriage equality, trans care, anti-racist messaging, and other issues of discrimination that men face they'll be taken much more seriously and might even develop into a real and important political movement. Currently they're farcical.
By the same logic that I can call myself a feminist I can also call myself a Men's Right's Activist (although I really don't like to because... ick...) and I do campaign for marriage equality, trans care and anti-racist messaging.
Personally I just find it easier to call myself a strongly intersectionalist feminist and say that men's issues are feminist issues. A culture of Kyriarchy has negative effects on everyone (though most strongly upon oppressed groups).
I would like to note a couple of things about the MRA talking points you brought up, though. Men commit suicide in greater numbers than women, but it's not for lack of trying. Three times as many women as men attempt suicide. We're just not as socially conditioned and trained in appropriate methods of ending our lives and often fail.
There's nothing minor about even attempted suicide. I have friends who have survived attempted self-destruction (both male and female) and their issues should never be erased from the discussion. We need to make sure that people in this kind of situation receive the right aftercare (which often they don't).
However if men are therefore at greater risk of successful suicide, (whether because of culturally enhanced combat aptitude or whatever factor leads to it) then we also need to make sure that they receive more care in the prevention stage because they're unlikely to survive to the post-care stage.
There's also the issue that about 1,000 male suicides per year are Murder-Suicides in which the man kills his intimate partner (or former intimate partner) before taking his own life. Women make up a significantly smaller portion of murder-suicides and tend to kill their children.
This means that by taking more action to prevent male suicide, we're also taking action to prevent murder. This sounds like a worthy area in which to invest time and energy.
That said we definitely need more male counseling for domestic violence, among many other topics. But for that to have any sort of positive effect we need to change the environment of toxic masculinity. Specifically the part where "Real Men Don't Cry" or otherwise share their emotions/problems with others. It's very harmful to everyone.
And yes. If I have $2 and you have $10 and we each are given two additional dollars we will not be any closer to having an equal sum of money. Given enough instances of two dollar increments it could become a statistically insignificant difference ($8 difference doesn't mean much when you're talking about $5,000 for example) but we could reach actual equality much more quickly and efficiently by giving the person with $2 all $4 each cycle for two cycles and then giving both people $2 thereafter.
Yes but the people who started with $10 will hang out at slightly more expensive places and thus network with eachother, develop their own exclusive trading lists, help eachother find better investment opportunities for their money. They'll work in teams investing their $12 together to get a greater payoff, while the people with $4 will only just be able to cover their living costs and won't have any excess to invest.
Then they'll turn around and sneer at the poor people who started with $2 and say "what are you complaining about, you got the $2 handout just like I did. I just made my money work for me." (ignoring the cultural background that strongly supported them and provided them advantages at every turn).