Clearly men have it better. Even though the differences in social equality might be extremely low in certain parts of Europe, they're still worryingly prevalent in the US (and this leads to other factors, such as economic inequality) and are absolutely appalling in some parts of Asia and Africa to the point where, in some of those places, literally abusing women and making them subservient to men is seen as a normal thing.
And that's not even taking into account biological inequality - men don't bleed every month, we're (typically) less emotional, we're of greater physical stature, we don't have to deal with having boobs (I guess on the plus side women live a few years longer than men on average, but that's literally where the positives end). There's also no social pressure for us to look immaculate or keep up with the latest fashion trends, and we're spared from a constant barrage of media-driven influence to look and/or behave a certain way.
It's just literally inexplicable to me how anyone can unironically think that women have life easier than men. I'm so glad that I was born a guy so I don't have to suffer through any of this, and I always try and take extra time to be kinder to the women that are in my life because I want them to know that what they go through isn't okay and that they have support behind them should they need it.
And I'm not a 'feminist' btw, or anything close to it. I'm a normal guy, and while biological (and possibly social/cultural) differences between men and women will never be eradicated, I simply lament that both groups aren't always treated as though they are of equal value to the world.