There are some sweeping generalizations and absolutes being expressed here, but I’ll try not to perpetuate that. It seems to me that many of the "problems" with being a male are centered around double standards in our society.
1)It is acceptable for women to work outside of the home or to stay home, but men who choose to stay home are sometimes viewed as unmotivated or incompetant--look at or listen to the movie or song, "Mr. Mom.".
2)Young women can date older men, and it’s frowned upon, but unless you’re someone like Ashton Kutcher, it’s looked at differently if young men date older women.
3)Woman can dress in pants, suits, athletic clothes, but let one man try wearing a soft and frilly dress in public and he is labeled a "cross dresser" like it’s a bad thing.
4)Men really have no scientifically documented hormonal issues on which to blame anything.
5)Women can drink beer, whiskey, bourbon, and etc. without a second glance, but let a man drink something pink and frothy, and well once again he’s labeled as if it’s a bad thing.
6)Woman can live together and be best friends, but if grown men do this their suspected of something or joked about. Look at Bert and Ernie.