Way too much bullshit to worry about, so I'll just pick a few good examples...
The "patriarchy" is another strawman. There is no patriarchy to speak of in western countries. Men die 5 years earlier than women on average, most are homeless, most war casualties are men, most work deaths are men too. There is no fantasy "patriarchy". And throughout history women were a protected and provided for class by men who were tasked to provide at all cost and even sacrifice their lives if necessary.
What's the percentage of men vs women in top government positions? What's the percentage of men vs women in top executive positions? In both cases, men outnumber the women by a significant margin. To have the majority of positions of power occupied by men, and then claim there's no "patriarchy" is incredibly foolish. Historically, of course, it was much worse, as evidenced by the fact that property passed to male offspring first via inheritance, as did ruling lines, and suchforth. So we've got better on that front, certainly, but we're far from equality.
There's various health departments for women, coalition for women and girls. Where are the male equivalents? Why is there no national coalition for men and boys? And still you believe in the fantasy that men are privileged lmao.
This is funny. It reminds me of kids asking "Why do we have Father's Day and Mother's Day, but no 'Kids' Day?". The reason we have various coalitions and agencies that deal specifically with women is because the "general" equivalent agencies tended to focus on men. If the agencies had been gender neutral, there'd be no need for anything women specific. Sadly, that wasn't the case.
While ignoring the other side of the equation such as how many male game characters are overtly handsome, muscular, strong
The reason that male characters are such is because that's the way men want to be perceived. They don't design their male characters for women, they design them for men. Which only makes sense, because again, men are their target audience (in most cases).