Gender issues are a bit of an interest of mine since, as a male, they do impact me to a fair degree. Men's right's activism also speaks worlds on certain other "privilege equality" movements (such as Christian Right's movements) and some current beliefs held in relation to equality and claims behind them.
It's very hard for me to see, even justify with current evidence to suggest there is even a remotely serious, institutionalized discrimination against men on more than several levels in society.
From my understandings and research into the subject, I think there is a growing men's problem, but not in the way most Men's Rights Activists are focusing on. To me, outdated and inflexible men's gender roles have created a lot of current problems for men which I feel requires a lot of attention to rectify. What I find so interesting about a lot of complaints of MIAs, is that most of the problems are due to institutionalized male gender roles, and men themselves still contribute to the out dated system. Now there is some change to that system and current Gender role conflict is the issue.
Most of my research has come from this site's links to research: http://www.xyonline.net/
What do you think of Men's Right's Activism, and beliefs on equality as a whole and actions under those ideas. (by meaning, some debates usually drop "well I'm egalitarian, discrimination is discrimination.")