It probably happened to most of us that whenever we confront feminists (and not only) with issues such as male victims of rape not being recognized by the law, airlines discriminating against men, male victims of domestic violence being over 40% of domestic violence victims and having less than 1% of resources and being more likely to be arrested than their aggressors, etc. the immediate reply we get is:
"But these are due to patriarchal notions that men are strong and women weak and men cannot be abused. Feminists fight against that".
In the wake of the most recent wave of "men are aggressors" propaganda I decided to make a collection of evidence that there is a general "men are predators, women are victims" idea being pushed and that the origin is feminist rhetoric rather than traditional masculinity. Here's a short list I gathered so far:
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/green-party-peer-6pm-curfew-men-disappearance-of-sarah-everard-b923587.html - UK Green party calls for a curfew for men because they're a threat to women.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Against_Our_Will - "Against Our Will" by Susan Brownmiller, one of the most important books in feminist literature, defines rape as "a conscious process of intimidation by which all men keep all women in a state of fear"
https://www.ipea.gov.br/portal/images/stories/PDFs/TDs/td_2313.pdf - A recent Brazilian report on rape victims uses Susan Brownmiller's quote to define rape. Page 7 of the report, 9 of the PDF (document in Portuguese)
https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/001/172/490/33d.png - Origin of the skitltes analogy Donald Trump Jr. used to descrie refugees. It was originally about men.
https://www.reddit.com/r/menkampf/comments/m5q7jy/remember_when_everybody_flipped_shit_over_the/ - Feminists compare men to ticks as a way to explain why women think men are potential threats.
https://www.vox.com/2014/5/15/5720332/heres-why-women-have-turned-the-not-all-men-objection-into-a-meme - Feminist outlet Vox shows its opinion on the rebuke that not all men are aggressors.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10Wx2sPViwE - Popular youtuber Rachel Oates makes a video justifying the idea that men make women feel unsafe and should actively try not to. She also defends the Skittles analogy and the one comparing men to ticks.
https://preview.redd.it/3n0hexjwcigz.jpg?width=640&crop=smart&auto=webp&s=a8c48ee272163e9fd04d161b4289fb5b7cbc24e6 - Australian domestic violence helpline provides services for women if they're victims of violence and for men if they are violent themselves.
https://thebodyisnotanapology.com/magazine/think-its-notallmen-these-4-facts-prove-youre-just-plain-wrong/ - Another misandrist rebuke to the idea that men aren't a threat.
https://inbreakthrough.org/six-reasons-notallmen-fails/ - Yet another one.
https://medium.com/masc-conversations-on-modern-masculinity/not-all-men-sure-but-still-way-too-many-men-5580abdb0225 - And yet another one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9JXxQDK8Ig - Feminist MP in Sweden claims "we don't know which men are rapists so we have to assume all men are" as well as "all men have to take collective responsibility" - Video in Swedish, captions available in English.
https://miro.medium.com/max/512/0*U1lc2XQySfL27fb5 - Billboards in UK saying "all men are dangerous"
https://preview.redd.it/q8wmvoap6ph21.jpg?width=640&crop=smart&auto=webp&s=561dce7d964ad88f061286c832d31fc7a1001715 - Same as above
https://www.instagram.com/p/CHxnsbEsGcq/?igshid=5jfyizzcprwo - Feminist post on men's day claims that "if there were no men women could live safe and without fear".
I would encourage others to add to this list if you have some examples of your own. Would be even better if someone with website design knowledge found a place where all of these could be consulted in a single source.
Some could argue that "who's responsible" is the least of men's problems in this regard, and in a way there's a point to that. However it's also true that many of the issues I mentioned will never be solved (and will only get worse) as long as this sort of speech is widespread, so to have any reasonable hopes of tackling them and providing a better future for male victims of violence the first step is awareness towards the consequences of this sort of speech.
EDIT: Fixed source on last link.