In an earlier article, I compared a view of gender issues, as written by a woman, with gender issues if that same article had been written by a man.
Let’s face reality now. No men's movement is actually concerned about women's issues, nor are any women's movements addressing men's concerns. The claim that either addresses the needs of the other is disingenuous. The reason is quite simple. Both men and women have tried to define masculinity and femininity as a dualism, as if the universe of human genders consists of two indivisible opposites, and all humanity can be constructed from the two. Some believe there is masculinity, and there is femininity, and you're either masculine or feminine. Period. Masculinity and femininity are treated as if they are the matter and antimatter of human relations, absolute opposites, always at odds, and always negating each other. Neither feminism nor masculism can ever address anything other than their own goals while the concept of dualism between the genders exists. You see, the concept of dualism in genders is utterly wrong.