1. Women are allowed to wear pants and tee-shirts and short hair, but men are not allowed to wear skirts or dresses or frills or pink or purple. Only men can be transvestites--why is that?
2. If we're getting rid of objectifying females in society, we're getting rid of boybands and teen-boy musicians. Because they're exactly the same thing.
3. I've never heard of a lesbian or bisexual female being stigmatized by anyone that's not a family member or a Baptist/Catholic clergyman. I'm sorry, I'm sure it's happened, but the fact that I've never heard of it implies that it can't be as common as stigma against gays, which is everywhere.
4. Ask a man what celebrities he thinks are hot, and he'll probably stop at Megan Fox. Maybe a couple others. Ask a woman? Tom Hiddleston, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downy Jr., Ryan Gosling, Hugh Jackman… and those are just names that have been burned into my memory. The list goes on and on and on.
5. Men are always expected to be masculine, lest they be seen as "gay." The only rules for women are don't sit spread-eagle in a skirt and… I honestly can't think of any others off the top of my head. Maybe don't have awful manners (i.e. burp, chew with mouth open, etc), but that's true for both sexes and, for both sexes, not always enforced.
6. Women still expect chivalry from men. Doors held open, chairs pulled out, favors given. Men often still happily do these things.
7. Feminists often complain that female animated characters are either attractive or fit in some role such as the nerd or the witch or some such. They don't take a moment to notice that men are treated the same--they're either lean and at least semi-muscular, or they're the fat one, the nerd, the old man, or something like that. It's no different.
8. When women complain about being oppressed or stigmatized, a crowd of feminists will come to comfort them. When men have equally valid points, a crowd of feminists will come to shoot them down.
As with all things, I think we should stop fighting cultural preference for one group with cultural preference for the opposite group. People should have pride because they are people, not because they fall in some minority or oppressed group. Otherwise, we end up with problems for people who can't help but be heterosexual heteroromantic cisgender cissexual Christian white males.
This is mostly venting. I apologize if I offended anyone needlessly, but I kind of had to get this out.