Just to be fair
14. I do not have to worry about the message my wardrobe sends about my sexual availability or my gender conformity.
is completely false. Up until the last ten years (yes, I know that pink and blue were the opposite in their gender attribution, but that was long before I was born), wearing a shirt that could be mistaken for being pink as a guy was a pretty sure way to get your ass kicked.
Also, as noted in your linked article, there is no "slut bashing" (is this a thing? I'm at work and this search seems like a nsfw search term) for men, but "fag bashing" is pretty common.
I have to agree with most of the rest, but as noted previously by other posters, the comments about house work are offset by the unwritten #30: If I have a wife or live-in girlfriend, chances are we’ll divide up household assets, in the event of a divorce, as 50% + alimony + child support to her / whatever is left for me.
As for the racial thing: yeah, that's all true.