Though I really don't like the guy much, the article does ring true. If you're white and you're straight, you play the game of life on the lowest difficulty setting; so stop complaining about the tired, the poor, the huddled masses. If not for dumb luck, you might be them.
Attitudes like that one for example, this smug dismissing of them and their problems while every other group is taken seriously is part of the problem, as is the fact that straight white men are basically expected to take on and solve the 'problems' other groups insist they face - because it's a straight white man's world, goes the 'logic' - but let's look at some other issues faced by this so-called easy-mode group.
Primarily, men suffer as much from expected and often imposed gender roles as women do. There's no getting around this; women are louder about it and our advocacy groups are treated with undue respect while theirs are considered surplus to requirements, but the male gender role does exist and they're under extraordinary pressure to live up to it. The expectations put upon women might be patronizing but they aren't difficult.
Men are expected to be the financial providers and I know for a fact some of the men on this very forum find that an extraordinarily difficult and unfair position to be put in in this day and age. In return, they're expected to take less of a role in the family - or maintain an equal role and their job/s - and their opinion often counts for less among outside observers of any given family. In extremis, this includes the rate at which women are given sole or primary custody of any shared children - and the fact that this is considered normal and correct.
Men are expected to keep their emotions to themselves, and when they don't they're treated as weak at best and dangerous at worst. In instances of actual domestic violence, men are always assumed to be the aggressor despite studies showing women are the instigators just as much or more, and in any situation with a woman assaulting a man, if the man defends himself in any way he's treated as having gone too far by peers and often the law.
Males are often given harsher sentences for crimes a woman might get away with entirely - instances of statutory rape involving older women are often treated with a slap on the wrist and it's assumed the boy 'wanted it', while those involving older men are treated by society as the worst thing imaginable. Then there's the differences between mens' prisons and womens' prisons.
Speaking of which, a man who wants to work with children and isn't gay is automatically suspect, often to the point of being discriminated against in childcare professions or even by total strangers in public.
Similarly a woman can ruin a man's life with a rape accusation; whether or not he goes to prison his social standing is irrevocably ruined, particularly in this day and age when everything is forever on the internet. A man who accuses a woman of rape is often laughed at, as though such a thing is impossible or if it is, cute - because men can't possibly not want sex.
Men are required by US law (and often elsewhere) to sign up for military conscription programs such as the American 'Selective Service', while women aren't.
Almost no male-only domestic abuse or rape crisis centers exist, despite the woman largely responsible for bringing the importance of those organizations to public awareness, Erin Pizzey, insisting that they're needed just as much. Men accused of domestic violence have far less emotional or financial support available to them, and fewer fall-back recourses if required to leave their homes - something which they're disproportionately asked to do by police in cases of accused domestic violence where no arrest can yet be made.
Male children are routinely mutilated at birth in the US, and it's legal to do it to them in most Western nations too, while it's not only illegal to mutilate female childrens' genitals here, the taxpayer - including men - is expected to fund government programs to put a stop to it elsewhere too.
Men have no say in whether or not accidental or otherwise unwanted pregnancies go ahead, and often have no rights to waive responsibility in cases where the woman unilaterally decides to give birth. They can be expected to pay child support whether they wanted the child or not, and where neither party in a casual sex scenario wants the unwanted child it's considered the man's 'fault' and responsibility to pay for an abortion. Indeed, women are not required by law to inform the biological father that he's going to be one at all. Ever.
Let's not get started on what happens to men after divorce. Let's just point out that 'alimony' exists and we all know who benefits from it.
Fewer opportunities for free rides - a black woman essentially gets five routes into university while a white man might get three. Athletics or academic excellence programs exist for anyone to use, as does the traditional way (i.e. paying) but getting two extra rolls of the dice due to gender and color is insurmountable.
Likewise many private businesses have voluntarily adopted 'diversity' policies which give members of loud victim-employees of the exact same quality or less than their white male colleagues an inherent and unearned advantage in being considered for the same position.
In the UK, we have a 'minister for women' but no such position for men. This means womens' advocacy groups have a direct line to someone who can make their absurd demands happen while men just have to hope enough MPs are willing to take on their issues - and since we talked above about how mens' rights are considered a joke, MPs don't.
This is not an exhaustive list.
EDIT: another example occurs to me; in my town we have a women-only gym and our local council's accessible fitness center - the one subsidized by taxpayers male and female - has women-only sessions for its swimming pool. Needless to say, there is no male-only gym nor male-only swimming sessions.