@panvixyl: He brought up a double standard in which the safety and protection of men is clearly less than that of a different group, in an effort to receive the same kind of safety and protection, the same kind of empathy that women receive when they are abused.
But you took a man asking for protection from abuse as a threat. Clearly if a man asks that violence against men be recognized and proscribed to an equal degree as violence against women, he's a dangerous thug looking for an excuse to punch women in the face.
Rather than caring about victims of abuse independent of their gender, you are most concerned with making sure men understand that their pain is not real, and that asking for equal protection from violence is misogynistic. Because men are disposable objects meant to absorb violence.