What a hellish century the past century has been, especially for men. Let's review: first, the Great War. If you happened to survive the trenches, and the influenza epidemic, and were lucky enough not to be in Russia for the Revolution and all that followed, or an Armenian, you got about ten years' breathing space before the Great Depression hit. Maybe you starved; at best, you lost everything. With luck, you were not in Spain for the Civil War, or in the Ukraine to be systematically eliminated; but the Depression segued straight into the Second World War, with the Holocaust. Hard not to get killed in that; but suppose you survived. About fifteen or twenty years to recover from the dislocation—not counting Korea or Vietnam, which most folks avoided, and the new threat of nuclear annihilation or another general conflagration in the Cold War. And if you were lucky enough not to be one of the 20% of the world population living in China for the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution. Or in Cambodia. Then you were hit full in the face with feminism and the breakdown of the family. You were suddenly the oppressor, and had some massive social debt to pay, for being a man.
About then, given a normal lifespan, having survived all this, you died of natural causes.
Moral: there is no justice in the world.
And something got seriously screwed up here.