The pressure to, "be a man," comes from society, which is primarily male driven. Each man has the ability to define themselves on their own terms, rather than try to live up to what society tells them to be (other men, usually, through workplace banter, etc.)
This "mens problems are mens fault, and so are everything else" attitude is not helping your argument, and then followed by this hideously sexist paragraph:
I'm a full supporter of men being part of the family, playing a proper part in their children's upbringing... I smile to myself whenever I see a man pushing a trolley around the supermarket, exchanging funny faces with their kids in the trolley...
GTFO. That's called parenting. It's as condescending to men as saying this about female developers:
"I'm a full supporter of women being part of the IT development team, playing a full role in the development of software... I smile to myself when I see a women submitting a code review on github, exchanging comments with their peers...."
It's sexist when you take something that either gender can do, and make some aspect of it out of the ordinary for one of the sexes. The solution to sexism in the workplace is not more sexism.
So if you see a woman being bullied, do everyone a favour and support her.
If you see someone being bullied, do everyone a favour and support them.