It's difficult to deny that women suffer more than men as a result of their gender, and highlighting the myriad ways in which this happens is one of the cornerstones of modern feminism – which is currently enjoying a revival in the UK and elsewhere.
But justice isn't a relative concept. If it were, we could suggest we should care less about racism against black people just because Asian people in this country are more likely to be victims of racially-motivated hate crime.
Obviously that's nonsense. But so might be ignoring issues that affect men more severely than women just because women, overall, have it worse.
Delving into the data reveals a surprising array of areas in which men might have the hardest time. Here's six worth thinking about: