Of those points I only think one should be contended. Gender Bias in Court.http://amptoons.com/blog/files/Massachusetts_Gender_Bias_Study.htm
This article was written from a study performed in Massachusetts in 1990, while Second Wave Feminists were the loudest voices and the yelling and screaming of women being mothers (either for by Radfems who called all men evil rapists, or against by moderates who sought gender role freedom for women) had the biggest impact on bias in court, as it had been around for 30 years and it would be another several before Third Wave Feminism got into the swing of things
Study 1: MASS
2100 cases where fathers sought custody (100%)
5 year duration
29% of fathers got primary custody
65% of fathers got joint custody
7% of mothers got primary custody
Study 2: MASS
700 cases. In 57, (8.14%) father sought custody
67% of fathers got primary custody
23% of mothers got primary custody
Study 3: MASS
500 cases. In 8% of these cases, father sought custody
41% of fathers got sole custody
38% of fathers got joint custody
15% of mothers got sole custody
Study 4: Los Angeles
63% of fathers who sought sole custody were successful
Study 5: US appellate custody cases
51% of fathers who sought custody were successful (not clear from wording whether this includes just sole or sole/joint custody)
The actual problem is that most men didn't actually SEEK custody, so most divorce cases ended with the women walking away with the kids. That wasn't a bias in the courtroom it was a decision between two adults based on their social biases and economic positions.
Things haven't gotten worse for men in the divorce courtroom over the past 24 years. If anything they've gotten better because there are significantly less Radfems screaming that all men are evil.
Also important to the floundering in school: Most of those items apply primarily to minority men who also should be looked at, specifically for the racism involved in the process.
On the note of toxic masculinity I can see how it would be perceived that way and I'll avoid using it in the future. No disrespect of masculinity itself is intended, only the patriarchal stereotypes that grind men down on the basis of being considered "Manly". For example: Dr Cox of Scrubs.