The reason behind violence against women and violence against men is often different and it could be argued that violence inflicted on women by men is more evil than violence men inflict on each other. However, the fact remains that men (especially young men) are far more likely to be attacked in the street than women are. I was set upon from behind, without provocation, and beaten up twice when I was in my late teens as I was walking alone.
The enemy is the hatred that resides in human beings and the violence this leads to. Once again, we are dividing those offended against into separated groups and turning victimhood into a competition. This is so counter-productive that you might come to the conclusion that it must be a deliberate attempt by a hostile agent to stop us from "all" becoming a better and united people.