I don’t really want to reward anyone with a link, but I recommend doing a search for “divorce party.” How is it that we have a culture where women often consider marriage, or a long-term monogamous relationship such an incredibly desired goal, to the point that women accuse men of being “afraid to commit” if they aren’t as interested as the woman is, yet when the divorce comes around (in the US, I believe that women initiate 70% of divorces), it is typically women that throw a party?
When a man gives a woman a ring, she in exchange hangs The Sword of Damocles above his head, but the legal system often removes the corresponding right of control over many aspects of his own life. This is not far from the very kind of situation that my mothers and aunts experienced when they were younger.
Go ahead, try to make the case for “misandry don’t real.”
And speak proper English if you do.