Either way... these goofballs are at their zenith already. Its all down hill from here.
This is my read on the situation as well, and the way you've reacted to the idiot who accused you of being an MRA is a nice example of how the future of this conversation will go: those of us who actually care about men's rights (because they are human rights) will continue to say the things we've been saying for years (decades, in my case) like, "Maybe living in a world where if someone dies on the job, there is a 92% chance they are male is bad thing?" People who are the argumentative equivalent of script kiddies will run their MRA script, and it'll bounce off the kind of thoughtful, fair and honest response you've given in this thread. The script kiddie will look like an abusive, angry, idiot, and that'll be the end of it.
There are two clouds in this silver-lining: the post-modern left is so well-entrenched in academia that it'll take a generation for it to die off, although the trend is already there. The theoretical underpinnings of post-structuralism are so astonishingly stupid that as the decades pass they are necessarily eroding. Now that their major proponents are all dead, the cults of personality that sustained the nonsense are no longer viable.
On the other hand, the post-modern right have come to dominant politics in the US and a few other places, particularly in Eastern Europe. They have absorbed the lessons of the left--particularly the notion that there is no objective truth, and what is accepted as truth is simply a social construct enforced on everyone by the strongest political bloc--and run with it as a pragmatic template for governance. The current crop of GOP and GOP-lite candidates in the US are all blatant serial liars, from Jeb Bush to Hilary Clinton, and their supporters are completely incapable of changing their minds when presented by mere facts.
Detecting lies won't slow these people down unless we make a concerted effort to systematically make facts matter.